The Publicist is hired to get publicity items placed on the Internet, in newspapers and magazines, and mentioned on television and radio.
A record company will have its own in-house publicity department; however, since their attention is divided among many artists, it often is a good idea to hire an independent publicist for a particular release. Both record companies and artists hire independent publicists to work their projects.
The promoter is usually hired for a short time period - in conjunction with the initial push of any record release, tour, or marketing campaign. They will usually charge a weekly or monthly fee for their services. And one interesting note: a publicist is only charged with generating publicity.
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