publicity man


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Synonyms for publicity man

someone employed to arrange publicity (for a firm or a public figure)

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Sooner or later a flamboyant publicity man would drive into town, the ads would appear, and the tempestuous debate would begin.
Publicity man to the stars Chris Roche died in Blackrock Clinic, Dublin, yesterday morning.
Stacks ably charts Reston's rise from Scottish immigrant to University of Illinois golf champion to Cincinnati Reds publicity man and AP sports writer, with his storybook marriage to Sally well-rendered.
When he was led off by the Jockey Club publicity man it turned the whole thing into a farce,' he said.
The result was a triumph for my old chum Geoff Baker, the former Birmingham reporter who took on the unrelenting task of becoming Sir Paul's publicity man.
So when publicity man Lee Phillips (Billy Crystal, who also co-wrote the script) has to bring them together to launch their latest film he has his work cut out.
Walsh, his only rival for the position, said: "I am not a publicity man, but I decided to put my hat into the ring because a lot of people have asked me to stand.
When the Herald-Examiner folded in 1939, the White Sox hired Eddie as their first publicity man (1940-41).
Sometimes when we who remain journalists come across an advertising copy writer or a publicity man in a bar--confident and leisurely on a fat expense account--we have a hard time deciding whether the resentment we feel comes from scorn or envy.
Stuart Bell, her protective publicity man at RCA records, said at the outset: "She's not talking to anyone.
Stan Obodiac, the publicity man at the Gardens, pointed to the unwritten rule that only men were allowed in the press box.
hobo, farmer, prize fighter, writer, publicity man.
The character at the bar was supposed to be a Hollywood publicity man.
She was at the start of her glittering career and, yes, for a moment this looked like the kind of stunt Hollywood had been relentlessly pulling for years, the work of a hotshot publicity man.
Goldwyn's secretary, I come in contact with every phase of the movie industry: looking for new material; keeping in touch with the producers in New York; reading new books; turning over possible material to the scenario writer, who happens to be Frances Marion; hiring actors and actresses, directors, cameramen; keeping in touch with the art director, publicity man, the projection and cutting rooms; and ever so many other things.