News, as we have known it, is rapidly changing. More and more people find out about current events online through Twitter, Youtube, Facebook, blogs etc. News used to be the end product of a stringent journalistic process which ensured accuracy, credibility and objectiveness. Naturally, putting out a news story in the traditional way takes much longer than tweeting or uploading a video to Youtube. But now since anyone can become a reporter, the amount of information on any given piece of news goes out of control and finding useful chunks in this mess becomes an overwhelming task for a news reader. My cybernetic models compare traditional and modern news systems by demonstrating their intermediate goals and the methods employed to achieve them. News Siphon is a news aggregator service, which consolidates articles from all social media, sorts them for the reader and makes it easy for him to identify the source and see the evolution of a news piece over time.