Editor's safety workshop
The other day, the first free online workshop of The New York Times corporate security vice president Jason Reich for editors of Ukrainian newsrooms from the 2402 Fund and ACOS Alliance was held in Ukraine.
Workshop program
A unique experience and tools that have been refined over the years and have protected thousands of reporters at The New York Times, BuzzFeed, and freelancers worldwide.
  • What editors should know about the risks of journalists' crew working in the field?
  • How to organize a safe trip to the frontline?
  • What tools should the editor use to communicate with the team?
  • Who raises a red flag, and at which point?
  • How to assess risks, plan check-in calls and make checklists for organizing the work of newsrooms?
  • Jason Reich
    Vice President, Corporate Security,
    The New York Times
Jason Reich is Vice President of Corporate Security for The New York Times Company. He is responsible for the development and enforcement of all safety and security plans for domestic employees and facilities while serving as the company's internal expert on all security matters.

He joined Times in 2019 from BuzzFeed, Inc. where he served as Director of Global Security for four years. Prior to BuzzFeed, Jason was the founder and managing director of Collective Security Project, a team of crisis response experts, based in the United Kingdom, Turkey and the U.S., who were contracted to protect journalists, aid workers and NGO's in challenging environments. He was a founding board member of the ACOS Alliance.
The workshop is organized in collaboration
Stay tuned for announcements of our next events for journalists.
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