More travel magazines?

The Madrid based subsidiary of Gruner + Jahr, owned by German media group Bertelsmann, is debating about whether or not to launch a Mexican edition of Geo. A Spanish version of the German magazine Geo is already published in Spain (circulation 52,000), and distributed in some Latin American countries. Geo-Spain covers mostly travel and science through feature articles and ample photographic material. A major focus of the magazine is on travel within Spain, which would obviously be less appealing to the general Mexican market.


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