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A person employed to arrange advertising and publicity, as for a performer or business.
press agentry n.
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(Journalism & Publishing) a person employed to obtain favourable publicity, such as notices in newspapers, for an organization, actor, etc. Abbreviation: PA
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a person employed to promote an individual or organization by obtaining favorable publicity.
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addetto stampaagente pubblicitario
press agentn → press agent m/f
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