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Tarō Kimura (journalist)

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is a Japanese veteran journalist who provides commentary and analysis with Yūko Andō on Japan's Fuji Television Super News. He is also the managing director of Shonan Beach FM, a community radio station. Biography Kimura moved with his family to New York soon after he was born, but had to return to Japan just before World War II broke out. His father was interned at Ellis Island. Kimura majored in political science at Keio University. Career After graduating from university, in 1964, Kimura started work as a journalist at NHK. At NHK, he presented the evening news programme News Center Nine ("NC9") together with Midori Miyazaki from 1982 until 1988. Subsequent overseas postings included Beirut (1974–1976), Geneva (1976–1978), and Washington, D.C. (1980–1982). Kimura was awarded the Hoso-Bunka Foundation Prize in 1986 for outstanding performance in newscasting, and the Vaughn-Ueda Prize in 1988, an award presented to the journalist wh
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