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press agent

n.
A person employed to arrange advertising and publicity, as for a performer or business.

press agentry n.

press agent

n
(Journalism & Publishing) a person employed to obtain favourable publicity, such as notices in newspapers, for an organization, actor, etc. Abbreviation: PA

press′ a′gent


n.
a person employed to promote an individual or organization by obtaining favorable publicity.
press′-a`gent•ry, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.press agent - someone employed to arrange publicity (for a firm or a public figure)press agent - someone employed to arrange publicity (for a firm or a public figure)
publiciser, publicist, publicizer - someone who publicizes
Translations
addetto stampaagente pubblicitario

press agent

npress agent m/f
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After performing Abide With Me, she choked back tears to dedicate her performance to her press agent Joe O'Neil who died suddenly two months ago.
I can't help wondering if he ever goes on a bus without a cameraman and a press agent.
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She works as a press agent for performing and visual artists in New York City and has served as festival coordinator for the 2005 and 2006 PEN World Voices / New York Festival of International Literature.
Regardless, the little guy must have a press agent, because he sure is now the mainstream media's darling of the moment--scoring 20-minute profiles on ESPN and multiple newspaper stories praising him for finally pulling skateboarding out of the gutter and into the world of coaches, trainers, and corporate endorsements.
Peter Eisenman has said no architect can hope to place a building in The New York Times without a press agent, indeed only one of the best agents, because these column-inches are the rarest commodity.