According to its website, “Wired is the first word on how ideas and innovation are changing the world.”
With 17 million unique monthly visitors, Wired.com is the go-to source on everything tech-related. Across the site’s channels, readers might find a piece on autonomous cars in “Gear,” a space photo of the day in “Science,” the latest gaming news in “Entertainment” or a how-to on building cell phone jammers in “Design.” Wired.com also publishes opinion columns and original video programs, like “The Window: How the Wired World Works.”
Have a great multimedia idea in mind? Editors welcome pitches as long as the content is unique and relevant to the site’s tech culture theme.
For more info, read How To Pitch: Wired.com.
– Sherry Yuan
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