FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. —   When a journalist has a secret relationship with the Senate Intelligence Committee security director — who’s married — it raises questions if classified information was revealed by the director to the journalist. Poynter’s Indira Lakshmanan reports, ‘With the press under assault, the stakes are too high for journalists to fail on basic ethics.’ Read here. 

James Wolfe, former director of security with the Senate Intelligence Committee, walks to the Washington Field Office of the FBI, Monday June 11, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

When in Rome, fact-check!  Rome is where the Global Fact-Checking Summit was held.  It was hosted by Poynter’s International Fact-Checking Network and the American Press Institute’s Accountability Project.  Click here to read.

IFCN Director Alexios Mantzarlis addresses the audience at Global Fact 5 in Rome on Thursday, June 21, 2018. (Photo/Giulio Riotta)


One professor partnered with LinkedIn to teach his class on engagement and focusing outside the traditional news audience.  “LinkedIn can be an avenue to new audiences, Maryland students find.”