publicity


publicity
noun
1 media attention
ADJECTIVE
considerable, enormous, extensive, greater, wide, widespread

The papers have begun to give greater publicity to the campaign against GM food.

maximum

The release of the report was timed to generate maximum publicity.

favourable/favorable, good, positive
adverse, bad, negative, unfavourable/unfavorable, unwanted, unwelcome (esp. BrE)
free
international, local, national
VERB + PUBLICITY
give sb/sth
gain, garner, get, receive
attract, generate
seek
avoid, shun
PUBLICITY + VERB
surround sth

There was a lot of negative publicity surrounding the movie.

PREPOSITION
publicity about

There has been a lot of negative publicity about the hospital.

publicity for

Taking part in the event will be good publicity for our school.

publicity over

The company had received bad publicity over a defective product.

PHRASES
a blaze of publicity (esp. BrE), a storm of publicity

The movie stars were married amid a blaze of publicity.

The chairman resigned in a storm of publicity over the bonus payments.

the glare of publicity

He carried on his life in the full glare of publicity.

2 advertising
ADJECTIVE
advance
PUBLICITY + NOUN
material, photograph, shot

He's better-looking in his publicity shots than he is in real life.

campaign
stunt

The actress denied that her marriage was just a publicity stunt.

agent, department, officer (BrE)
machine

The record company's publicity machine was working flat out.

PREPOSITION
publicity about

I read some publicity about vaccinations while waiting my turn at the doctor's.

publicity for

There have been months of advance publicity for the show.

PHRASES
a lack of publicity

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  • publicity — (n.) 1791, condition of being public, from Fr. publicité (1690s), from M.L. publicitatem (nom. publicitas), from L. publicus (see PUBLIC (Cf. public)). Sense of making something known, advertising is from 1826. Publicity stunt first recorded 1926 …   Etymology dictionary

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  • Publicity — ↑ publik …   Das Herkunftswörterbuch

  • publicity — [n] promotion of something, someone advertising, announcement, announcing, attention, ballyhoo*, big noise*, billing, blurb*, boost*, broadcasting, build up*, clout*, commercial, currency, distribution, fame, handout, hoopla*, hype*, ink*,… …   New thesaurus

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