In 1997, Aelyria received global publicity with two major developments:
- In Summer 1997, Aelyria was featured among other "cool sites" on MSNBC's then-popular cable television Internet culture show, The Site.
- In the October 1997 issue of Electronic Gaming Monthly magazine, Aelyria was mentioned in an off-topic segment entitled "Editor's Web Picks".
Other articles related to "publicity":
... history of public relations and the art of the publicity stunt ... and head of Borkowski PR, he is a well-known lecturer and speaker on the art of publicity ... Borkowski has a column in The Guardian and has written two books on publicity stunts as related to public relations and has won several awards for his work ...
... Lewis also works as a publicity and marketing consultant through his company Springtime! which he founded in 1977 ... Martin had a background in publicity and marketing and came up with a great campaign for the movie, creating a huge buzz and getting us free publicity, which was crucial to ... We learned a lot about publicity and marketing from our experience with Martin Lewis." Early in his career, Lewis had been a protégé of former Beatles publicist Derek Taylor - then working for the UK ...
... Latif had a keen eye for such publicity stunts ... the staff with free curries and relishing the publicity, despite their portrayal of him as a “curry mentalist.” Latif purchased the deed to the ... Lord, where he offered souvenir merchandise, seasonal messages to his fans, publicity services and a motivational DVD ...
Famous quotes containing the word publicity:
“I saw the best minds of my generation
Reading their poems to Vassar girls,
Being interviewed by Mademoiselle.
Having their publicity handled by professionals.
When can I go into an editorial office
And have my stuff published because Im weird?
I could go on writing like this forever . . .”
—Louis Simpson (b. 1923)
“All publicity is good, except an obituary notice.”
—Brendan Behan (19231964)
“Publicity is the life of this culturein so far as without publicity capitalism could not surviveand at the same time publicity is its dream.”
—John Berger (b. 1926)