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public

go public
a. (of a private company) to issue shares for subscription by the public
b. to reveal publicly hitherto confidential information
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For my book, Book Publicity Services obtained media exposure beyond my wildest dreams.
The capital came 10th and is the only Welsh authority in a list of the top 20 councils with the greatest decrease in spending on publicity.
Taxpayers Alliance chief executive Matthew Elliott said: "It is incredibly disappointing that, despite the economic downturn and the loss of millions in Icelandic Banks, local authorities still spend nearly half a billion pounds a year on publicity.
After adjusting the figures to reflect the size of population, Birmingham is the eighth-highest publicity spender in the UK.
The authors' examination of current literature on pre-trial publicity also offers a great example of the way to critically review literature.
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Prior to joining the company Drucker was reportedly publicity manager at Kodansha America.
Based on early publicity, NCAL initially criticized the film, but upon seeing a preview, Dave Kyllo, executive director now views Elliot Greenebaum's film as fictional entertainment.
Throughout the following months, Adculture continued CSCO's publicity campaign.
From newspaper articles to radio interviews, from television appearances to the World Wide Web, this expanded and updated edition includes all the advice you need to sparkle in the publicity spotlight.
The book could prove useful to the entry-level practitioner who knows little or nothing about the art of publicity and, perhaps, to the strategic communicator in search of a much-needed crash course in PR 101.
That translates into a 50-page chapter on The Internet: New Publicity Tools and New Audiences, which covers such topics as Where Are the Journalists?