publicity


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attention

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a systematic effort or part of this effort to increase the importance or reputation of by favorable publicity

the act or profession of promoting something, as a product

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National Football League, (18) which involved former football players' right of publicity claims based on the use of truthful, nondefamatory clips of them playing games in films that were compilations of game footage and interviews.
As cinema was firmly established as a form of urban entertainment, the publicity machine too became more structured, employing several layers of personnel.
John "Fred" Dryer, Elvin Bethea, and Edward "Ed" White were former National Football League players from the 1960s, 1970, and 1980s who filed a class action lawsuit in 2009 against the NFL claiming use of their names, images, and likenesses in products produced by NFL Films violated their right of publicity under various state laws (Dryer v.
Disney is relatively unique in that it does not have separate international and domestic publicity teams.
The AVELA case means that if a celebrity does not have right of publicity protection available, that plaintiff can use the Lanham Act to assert a claim under trademark law, provided that the celebrity owns a trademark with the name/image/likeness of that person and can show a likelihood of confusion as to the origin, sponsorship, or approval of the goods or services.
(1) But when profit-making corporations seek to draw on the obvious and evoke celebrity images for commercial benefit, they run up against a decrepit free speech shackle known as the right of publicity. (2) In both its statutory and common law formulations, the right of publicity operates as a means for people to control and profit from the commercial use of their identities.
Earlier on Thursday, the sheriff's office led out a statement which claimed that Evans "filed the animal cruelty report for publicity and because she did not know where her dog was."
Working as a strategic PR partner, Publicity For Good will assist Eco Lips in expanding brand awareness through key media relations, which could include local broadcast, bloggers or influencers, and experiential events.
The PHA administration used to collect publicity fee from companies by giving contract to private parties.
The issue of trial by publicity has been raised in the Supreme Court to stop these trials or annul convictions in high-profile cases.
OCTOBER 8, 2010 PS113,019,926 No publicity MARCH 14, 2014 PS107,932,603 Mechanic Neil Trotter, of Surrey, claimed winning the lottery was "the worst thing I ever did" after being hit with demands for handouts, including from a woman who claimed he had fathered her son 16 years earlier.
Apart from being muddled about what she is supposed to believe in, what a sad way to achieve some publicity.
MULTAN -- Director General, Parks and Horticulture Authority (PHA) Multan Agha Zaheer Abbas Sherazi said that illegal publicity boards would not be tolerated.
Opposition senatorial candidates refuted Malacanang's claim that their planned visit to the Scarborough (Panatag) Shoal was just a 'publicity stunt.'
THE RIGHT OF PUBLICITY: PRIVACY REIMAGINED FOR A PUBLIC WORLD.