Fukushima Fallout; GE Explains How They Manipulate The Media

An interesting admission was recently made by the top communications person at General Electric related to how the company manipulates major US media. Christoper White, the Communications Leader at GE bragged in his career bio on Linked In admitting the extent that the company can control what major US media tells the public related to them.

“I have solid relationships with reporters and producers at the country’s largest media outlets like CNN, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, NBC’s Today Show, the AP and others. I have placed front page, A-block stories in these and other publications and, as importantly, kept my clients off the front pages of these same publications.”

My crisis experience includes post-Fukushima reputation management, commercial and general aviation aircraft accidents and incidents, national security threats and the U.S. government’s response (including 9/11, the August 2007 liquid explosives threat) and others.”

Now you know why there was such a pathetic dearth of usable information about the Fukushima disaster in the US or on GE’s culpability and liability for their part in the disaster.  GE-Hitachi is also a prime contractor being paid to do much of the post-disaster work at Fukushima Daiichi, so they continue to profit off of the flawed design and disaster.

Christopher White _ LinkedIn (archive copy of the Linked In page in case it is changed at a later date)

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