A discussion from the Future of News and Civic Media Conference reveals new thoughts on the optimization of online reporting systems.

The modern-day news model has changed drastically with the advent of collaboratory communications. Paired with a dreary financial base, and the extension of information across the Internet, news organizations are still adapting to the ever-evolving space.

Last week the Neiman Journalism Lab posted a discussion from the Future of News and Civic Media Conference at MIT on the lasting value of news reporting today and the ways in which the professional identities of journalists are quickly being absolved in today’s media sphere.

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