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藤岡 勇貴

Yuki Fujioka

News caster

Sun Television Inc.


He joined Sun TV in 2015 and worked as a reporter and director before becoming a news anchor covering the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake and disaster prevention. He is a disaster prevention expert.

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It has been 27 years since the great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake that left 6,434 people dead. Sun TV in Kobe has been working on digital archive project about earthquake disaster video at Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake Disaster Materials Collection of Kobe University. As of March 2022, 99 video of Sun TV are available on the internet and more videos are to be added little by little in the future. The aim of this project is to make the videos taken by TV stations serve as a tool for disaster research and for students to learn about disaster prevention. However, there is a barrier to releasing the footage: portrait rights. So, what are the criteria used to discuss and decide whether or not to release the footage? I will introduce the process, problems, and future prospects.

藤岡 勇貴
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