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May 2, 2023, 12:06 p.m.
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Behold: News outlets’ first skeets

“We might have lost our blue checkmark on Twitter, but we’re already verified on Bluesky!”

Several news organizations are on Bluesky, the app where “the people on it won’t shut up about it.” Here are their inaugural skeets. More to come, surely. (Follow Nieman Lab on Bluesky here.)

The Baffler



Dame Magazine

Detroit Metro Times

Discourse Blog

Hell Gate

The Intercept

Media Matters

Nieman Lab

The Onion

Sahan Journal


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