Press Releases

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1967 In Music - Events
... for the title of The Monkees' next single release "Randy Scouse Git", not realising it is an offensive term ... John's Wood, London, and they pose together for the press. 19 – Linda McCartney (her maiden name, Eastman), photographs The Beatles at the London Press Party for Sgt ...
International Secretariat Of Amnesty International - Work - Country Focus
... producing fewer background reports and more press releases, to increase the impact of its reports ... Press releases are partly driven by news coverage, to use existing news coverage as leverage to discuss Amnesty's human rights concerns. 2000, Amnesty and HRW shared eight of ten countries in their "top ten" (by Amnesty press releases 7 for Amnesty reports) ...
Polyglot (webzine) - Regular Contributors
... Their press releases are often signed by the company's owner or president ... However, the computer game companies' press releases are typically signed by third party public relations and marketing consultants ... Traditional wargame companies like Amarillo Design Bureau and Avalanche Press also have sent product announcements on a regular basis ...
The Ozmapolitan Of Oz - The Term "Ozmapolitan"
... Reilly Britton issued press releases in this Oz-newspaper form in 1904 and 1905, publicizing Baum's The Marvelous Land of Oz and related projects ... wrote some of these early "Ozmapolitan" press releases ... The publisher (under its later name Reilly Lee) issued more "Ozmapolitan" press releases in the 1920s, to publicize the novels of Ruth Plumly Thompson, and in the 1960s for other products (including Merry ...

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