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Publicity pamphlet
Publicity pamphlet Publicity pamphlet A pamphlet which, in some States of the United States having the initiative or referendum, is mailed to the voters to inform them as to the nature of a measure submitted by the initiative or referendum. The pamphlet contains a copy of the proposed law and arguments for and against it by those favoring and opposing it, respectively.

Meaning of Publicity from wikipedia

- Publicity (from French publicité) is the public visibility or awareness for any product, service or company. It may also refer to the movement of information...
- The right of publicity, often called personality rights, is the right of an individual to control the commercial use of his or her name, image, likeness...
- using the most powerful tool of the public relations trade, which is publicity. Ivy Lee, the man who turned around the Rockefeller name and image, and...
- A publicity stunt is a planned event designed to attract the public's attention to the event's organizers or their cause. Publicity stunts can be professionally...
- The Minister for Publicity was a position in the Government of the Irish Republic, the self-declared state which was established in 1919 by Dáil Éireann...
- The Directorate of Advertising and Visual Publicity (DAVP) is the nodal agency of the Government of India for advertising by various Ministries and organisations...
- "Publicity" is the twelfth episode of the American television series, Smash. The episode aired on April 23, 2012. Derek (Jack Davenport) tells Karen (Katharine...
- days later, which left her devastated. The Fox contract gave Monroe more publicity. In March 1951, she was a presenter at the 23rd Academy Awards, and in...
- This concept is echoed by the phrase, "there is no such thing as bad publicity". The Belle Époque ('beautiful era') in Paris, roughly from 1871–1914...
- for BBC Two's cycle of Shakespeare films" (Press release). BBC Drama Publicity. 24 November 2011. Archived from the original on 30 December 2011. Retrieved...
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