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Wired announces new annual publication

By Staff

7th September 2012

Category: Consumer

Publishers Condé Nast have announced a new annual publication – Wired World – from the creators of Wired.

The Wired World in 2013 is a new annual trend report that will cover a broad range of topics across eight sections; from science to arts, politics to medicine and culture to the environment. With over 100 articles by associates from the far reaches of the Wired network, the title will guide knowledge-hungry readers through the year ahead.

The debut issue, available in November, will see contributions from leading authorities including business magnate Sir Richard Branson, industrial designer James Dyson, vice chairman of Ogilvy Group, Rory Sutherland, and Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Princeton University, Anne-Marie Slaughter.

The title is edited by David Baker, former managing editor of Wired, a speaker at The School of Life and a consultant for the Wired Consultancy.

Rupert Turnbull, publishing director of Wired said: “International reach and profile for The Wired World in 2013 will target the C-Suite, key influencers and decision maker element of the monthly Wired audience. The limited advertising opportunities mean a much greater impact and authority for those who are part of this exciting venture.”

Positioned at newsstand alongside the December issue of Wired, it will be available from 1st November 2012 for an extended period, priced at £5 in print and digital.

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