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After launching UK and Italian editions of Wired magazine in 2009, Conde Nast is now considering a German edition.

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After launching UK and Italian editions of Wired magazine in 2009, Conde Nast is now considering a German edition.

It will publish a Wired supplement inside this coming October’s local GQ magazine plus an iPad app, Conde’s German president Moritz von Laffert says (via Kress.de).

“It’s a way to gently introduce the brand and see how the acceptance is,” von Laffert said.

The supplement will include local material and some from the magazine’s other editions.

It could lead to a full-time monthly publishing schedule.

Wired UK had an average 50,044 readers per month in the second half of 2010, 50,044 of them via subscription.

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