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Public

1. Describing anything available to the population at large. For example, a publicly-traded company may be owned and traded by anyone with the money to buy shares.

2. Describing anything owned or administered by a government. For example, a municipality owns and maintains a public park.
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The communication aide to Okowa further noted that the 'State Publicity Secretaries have to have planned publicity strategies capable of putting the opposition or the government in power on the hot seat consistently; especially at this material time that Nigerians need to know the fake, deceitful and unfulfilled promises of the APC national government and the moribund Buhari administration.
These national funds were spent on personal publicity.
And, a right of publicity owner is enforcing the right to control the use his/her name, likeness, image, voice, etc.
Book Publicity Services specializes in coordinating book reviews, generating media exposure, distributing press releases, promoting through social media, and organizing speaking engagements.
Lohan claims that she didn't authorize the use of her name and sues Pitbull, the record label and its parent company for violating the NY version of her right of publicity.
Where existing analyses generally see an NGO's organizational needs and media demands constraining an NGO's normative aims, this analysis sheds light on how different structural factors enable NGOs to pursue different types of publicity strategies.
The extent to which a publicity stunt changes opinions, behaviour and attitudes determines the success of the activity.
Red Hot Internet Publicity includes bonus materials like how to market through the use of automated responders, and the importance of newsletters and eBooks.
It's a classic Madge publicity stunt but suits both parties well," the New Daily News quoted a source, as saying.
Despite this, Wales' largest local authority, Cardiff, registered one of the UK's biggest publicity budget cuts - slashing spending by pounds 453,874 or 34% between 2006-07 and 2007-08.
The expenditure makes Liverpool council second in the country for spending on publicity - behind Birmingham - according to a Taxpayers' Alliance poll.