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
Will constant free publicity from Fox News be enough to deliver the GOP nomination to DeSantis?
The board discussed whether Kalanick should take a leave of absence, both to mourn and to relieve the barrage of negative publicity.
Meanwhile, the lowly tack stitch gets an unexpected burst of free publicity.
And when a young, fit, intelligent person with a college degree dies, the publicity is terrible.
All of the bad publicity, however, has crippled fundraising.
The decision that will get the most publicity is the Council's vote to revise regulations about hyperandrogenism for women's events between 400 meters and the mile.
Pickford wasn’t his first affair, but for Beth the publicity about her husband and Pickford traveling together was the breaking point.
Epps' assignment in January 2017 garnered a fair amount of favorable publicity for the space agency.
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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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