Sony Bravia supports Condé Nast's Wired launch with innovative ad format

LONDON - Condé Nast's Wired magazine will hit newsstands on Thursday with a special gatefold ad for Sony Bravia.

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The extended gatefold format, featuring the footballer Kaká promoting the Sony Bravia TV’s Motionflow technology, runs across four pages.

Other advertisers in the 186-page debut issue include Audi, Jaguar, Dell, Sony Ericsson, Dior and Glenfiddich.

The first edition of Wired, which carries the coverline "the future as it happens", also asks a panel of 46 experts, including the WPP chief executive, Sir Martin Sorrell, to look 40 years into the future.

Wired’s launch has been backed by an ad campaign through Hurrell Moseley Dawson & Grimmer, which features the magazine’s strapline changing on outdoor and digital formats according to the time of the day.