Examples of publicity in a Sentence
His public appearances are good publicity for the new movie.
An arrest for drunk driving is bad publicity for any celebrity.
The film has gotten some good publicity.
She has received a lot of publicity for her latest novel.
The studio spent a lot of money on publicity for the movie.
Recent Examples of publicity from the Web
Lawyers for Paul Manafort, President Trump's former campaign chairman, asked a federal judge Friday to relocate a criminal trial starting later this month because of pretrial publicity.
Despite the drumbeat of unfavorable publicity concerning Pruitt's personal conduct, Trump admired the job EPA was doing taking apart environmental regulations.
Movie critics are not another publicity arm to help the movie business sell its wares.
The proceeding was moved there because of pretrial publicity.
As part of her divorce proceedings, court documents showed that Bean Cobain earns more than $95,000 a month from her late father’s publicity rights.
Believe it or not, the conference call was being held to — wait for it — discuss how to avoid bad publicity.
Many guys have the same agents/publicity firms/apparel endorsers.
Her father’s close friend was the editor of an important Viennese newspaper, and Ms. Faber says that Kallmus’s transition from photographing Jewish professors to shooting publicity-hungry Catholic duchesses may have been aided by the relationship.
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PUBLICITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of publicity for English Language Learners
: something that attracts the attention of the public
: attention that is given to someone or something by newspapers, magazines, television news programs, etc.
: the activity or business of getting people to give attention to someone or something
PUBLICITY Defined for Kids
Definition of publicity for Students
- His appearance on TV was good publicity.
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