For international journalists working on foreign soil in Japan, getting the news right and covering a report accurately can be a bit challenging. Hiring a local fixer in Japan to set things up might help you get around more easily.
Our fixers in Japan have vast experience working on international television programs, news and media reports and current affairs pieces. We are basically a one-stop shop for all your production needs.
Fixer in Japan assists foreign journalists in the following areas:
- Initial research
- Fact checking
- Local access
- General production support (logistics, crew hire, equipment rental etc.)
Contact us if you are an international journalist in need of assistance to work in Japan. We will reply speedily and get things underway in no time.
We know how important it is for foreign journalists to get things right while working internationally. We help you identify the important stakeholders and key contributors to give you a good head start. With Fixer in Japan, you get brief initial research from us for no fee at all.
Online media platforms makes it easy for foreign journalists to get basic information on a news piece. However, there is still a need to check the facts and verify the authenticity of the information. Fixer in Japan has a network of contacts all over the country so that you can easily verify facts with local sources before coming out with your story.
Local Access to Contributors
How easy your work is as an international journalist depends largely on how well you are able to access local contributors. Our Japanese production fixers can help you with the process of booking interviews with local officials, community members and other contributors for a comprehensive report.
Fixer in Japan directly assists foreign media working within the country by providing all their basic and technical needs.
We have contact with major suppliers of basic production amenities in Japan. We will work to negotiate the best deals in order to keep your production within budget and work within your stipulated schedule.