19 December 2013

Wired Germany appoints editor-in-chief
& increases frequency from 2014

From October 2014, digital culture, technology and science title Wired Germany will increase its frequency with ten print issues planned per year, as well as an overall digital concept. In addition, Nikolaus Röttger (pictured above) will take up the post of editor-in-chief from April. Nikolaus Röttger is currently editor-in-chief of Gruenderszene.de, the specialist online magazine for the start-up scene and the digital industry. Before that he spent eight years in various positions with Gruner + Jahr business media. Nikolaus Röttger is taking over as from Alexander von Streit, who headed the magazine during the test phase of four issues, and who will now devote more time to new projects
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