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Glimpses of a Tokyo neighborhood in transition.
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CREDITS:The Center for Digital TV and the World in association with the UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism
Stories by Nick Burns, Tuomas Forsell, Julie Johnson, Tyler Sipe, Clayton Trosclair, Japhet Weeks. Digital TV and the World Instructor: Todd Carrel; Technical Advisor: Milt Wallace; Special Mentors: Christopher Beaver, Samantha Grant, Pierre Kattar and Masaaki Ogushi.
The Center for Digital TV and the World, a project of the Tides Center in San Francisco, is supported by gifts from The Skirball Foundation, ANA, The Japan-United States Friendship Commission, The Henry Luce Foundation, Sony, Apple, and The Center for Japanese Studies, The Institute of East Asian Studies, the Office of Resources for International and Area Studies, and the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of California, Berkeley.
Special thanks to Dean Neil Henry, Tom Goldstein, Roy Baril, Lydia Chavez, Jon Else, Paul Grabowicz and Rob Gunnison of the Graduate School of Journalism; Ben de la Cruz, Blaine Harden, Pierre Kattar and Sarah Sampsel of The Washington Post; Julia Chen; Izumi Miyachi and The Yomiuri Shimbun: Shiro Segawa, Takeshi Tanikawa, Ron Carr, Michiyo Matsuoka, and the journalism faculty and students of Waseda University, Temple University Japan, Digital Hollywood University, Mari Miyachi and the Tsuda College alumna, photographer Kyoichi Tsuzuki, Wilson Andrews and others.
Web design and production by Nick Burns. Digital Stills by Yuli Weeks and Tyler Sipe.