The footage raises the question now about whose car the publicist was driving?
I called every PR firm east of the Hudson to secure a publicist for this exposé.
Through a publicist, Richards declined to comment for this story.
"Typically, you lose two tickets [to the Oscars]," said the publicist.
Through his publicist, Sinise declined to respond to questions from ProPublica about Move America Forward.
Seeing them so violently attacked, I resolved to defend them in the 'publicist,' in which I occasionally wrote.
This may be said to be the view of the publicist or legalist.
I am here as a publicist; not as a writer of memoirs: so, on this head, I do not now propose to dilate or bear witness.
This is by the famous traveler and publicist, George Forster.
Her work as a publicist made her distrusted in some official circles.
Then crept in the "loose" usage. Anybody who wrote or spoke about public affairs came to be dubbed a publicist. It was only a question of time when the dam would give way and the word flow in all directions and be made to cover every kind of talent, or lack of it. ["The Nation," Nov. 22, 1917]Meaning "press agent" is from 1925 (publicity agent attested by 1900); publicitor also was tried in this sense.