Yasumi Iwakami's IWJ in multi-channel format, in front of the Prime Minister's Official Residence:
(I just wish USTREAM didn't force the viewer to watch the commercial...)
No major madia outlet has said a thing officially about the protest, even though some have at least admitted to its existence:
Asahi Shinbun's group who is stationed at the PM Official Residence (Asahi Shinbun Kantei Club) tweeted about one hour ago:
Good Morning. The entrance hall of the PM Official Residence is packed with reporters even though today is Saturday. Outside the Residence is full of people demonstrating despite the rain. The meeting to decide on the restart of Ooi Nuclear Power Plant is about to begin.
Why don't you report just that on your paper and on your TV, Asahi?
Some people who participated in June 15 demonstration reported that they were asked by a reporter from one of the major weekly magazines in Japan about Taro Yamamoto, actor-turned-antinuke activist. He recently got married, and is evacuating to a less contaminated area. According to these people, the reporter asked them:
What do you think of Mr. Yamamoto? Don't you think he is deserting under enemy fire?
One countered the reporter with a question:
Why don't you instead report on this protest, as it is happening?
The reporter's answer, according to this person, was:
I cannot write about it, I am just a reporter.
The person further asked:
Isn't it because writing about it is against the editorial policy of your magazine?
The reporter didn't answer.
Others suggested that the reporter, critical of people escaping the radiation, should volunteer to work inside the Containment Vessels at Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant to see how unafraid he is.