media blitz


: a lot of information about something on television, radio, in magazines, etc., all at once
The movie flopped, despite the media blitz that accompanied its release.

Examples of media blitz in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web From 126-song mixtapes (looking at you, French Montana) to the media blitz of Tyler Perry’s Mea Culpa starring Kelly Rowland and Trevante Rhodes, the past week has been a characterstically busy one for the worlds of hip-hop and R&B. Kyle Denis, Billboard, 26 Feb. 2024 The two Grammy nominations and Billboard Dance Chart No. 1 showed this unexpected media blitz paid off. Jon O'Brien, SPIN, 26 Jan. 2024 Baffert started with a fiery impromptu news conference outside his barn at Churchill Downs and then went on a media blitz defending his actions and the innocence of his colt. John Cherwa, Los Angeles Times, 30 Jan. 2024 Maddie & Kenzie Ziegler Take a Friendship Test Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been laying pretty low since the heyday of their 2022 media blitz. Kathleen Walsh, Glamour, 24 Jan. 2024 In a media blitz Monday afternoon, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella sought to assure customers and investors that his company was on solid ground no matter the outcome. Gerrit De Vynck, Washington Post, 20 Nov. 2023 That was the spark for me—this idea of a man who hadn’t gotten to process everything that happened and the media blitz and forced fatherhood. Lisa Wong MacAbasco, Vogue, 20 Nov. 2023 But a media blitz may be no match for the determination of those who see no future in their homeland. Juan Arredondo, New York Times, 7 Oct. 2023 After the media blitz, Bahamian authorities came knocking. Tracy Wang, Rolling Stone, 29 Sep. 2023

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“Media blitz.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 23 Jun. 2024.

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