Agents, managers, publicity teams—you should be a fly on the wall in one of these meetings!
The publicity as a whole helps my piece which is about what society thinks of virginity.
The evidence was not quite as helpful to them as they may have hoped, but the publicity has been tremendous.
In 1945 or 1946, Hitch and Alma were in New York with Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman, on a publicity tour.
The work was not pre-announced and no publicity was sought, but inevitably word leaked out.
Before we had “authors by profession,” we had authors who wrote, and seemed to avoid every sort of publicity.
He forgot his weakness, the exhausting pressure and publicity of his new work.
Very large funds are required for development of this subject, experimental orchards, publication and publicity.
I bear with it, but I shall not endure one degree more of publicity.
She was horrified at the publicity of hotel-life in New York.
1791, "condition of being public," from French publicité (1690s), from Medieval Latin publicitatem (nominative publicitas), from Latin publicus (see public (adj.)). Sense of "a making (something) known, an exposure to the public" is from 1826, shading by c.1900 into "advertising, business of promotion." Publicity stunt first recorded 1908.