extensive mention in the news media or by word of mouth or other means of communication.
public notice so gained.
- non·pub·lic·i·ty, noun
- o·ver·pub·lic·i·ty, noun
- pro·pub·lic·i·ty, adjective
- su·per·pub·lic·i·ty, noun
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How to use publicity in a sentence
They weren’t always in our meetings because we were more with A&R and publicity and stylists but when they were around, they were very approachable, very hands on.Former Avalon singer on coming out, getting ousted and where he is today | Joey DiGuglielmo | October 20, 2020 | Washington Blade
That group has received wide publicity for its involvement in lockdown protests at the state Capitol in Lansing.
With fame comes more to lose, less need for publicity outside of your control.
This also comes as Fortnite-maker Epic Games is waging a legal battle and publicity campaign against Apple’s App Store fees, with Fortnite removed from the iOS App Store.Apple is (temporarily) waiving its App Store fee for Facebook’s online events | Anthony Ha | September 25, 2020 | TechCrunch
The Vostok paper got a lot of publicity and sent me on a whole new trajectory — looking for life under the ice sheet.He Found ‘Islands of Fertility’ Beneath Antarctica’s Ice | Steve Nadis | July 20, 2020 | Quanta Magazine
Betrayal…you can hear it…betraying the thing he loves for a cheap bit of film publicity.The Story Behind Lee Marvin’s Liberty Valance Smile | Robert Ward | January 3, 2015 | THE DAILY BEAST
There was no publicity at the time about the deal he made with an old connection from his days at Yale.
In 1945 or 1946, Hitch and Alma were in New York with Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman, on a publicity tour.
Now that he was Sir Alfred, there was one final blast of publicity.
He's dazzling, fielding questions, spinning out anecdotes and limericks, sounding 35 and hungry for publicity.
Mr. Brown seizes the proffered member, and gives it as hearty a pressure as the publicity of the occasion will permit.Physiology of The Opera | John H. Swaby (AKA "Scrici")
Please advise the surrender as soon as possible in order to give due and solemn publicity to the event.The Philippine Islands | John Foreman
But few knew of this her literary streak, as her mother styled it, for she dreaded any publicity.Tessa Wadsworth's Discipline | Jennie M. Drinkwater
For one deathless moment his genius had carried him to the heights, and a white blaze of publicity had given him a halo of glory.The Man from Time | Frank Belknap Long
She did it with publicity, too, kneeling on the chunam floor of the chapel for an hour at a time explaining matters.Hilda | Sarah Jeanette Duncan
British Dictionary definitions for publicity
the technique or process of attracting public attention to people, products, etc, as by the use of the mass media
(as modifier): a publicity agent
public interest resulting from information supplied by such a technique or process
information used to draw public attention to people, products, etc
the state of being public
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