Buzz versus Hype: Tony Nominations 2015 Announced for Awards on Sunday, June 7, 2015
Posted on Apr 28, 2015
The difference between buzz and hype is evident with this year’s Tony nominations. Buzz is when people talk about your show. They want to share how well the story was written, the performance by the actors, the set design’s ability to have you become part of that world and walk out of the theater feeling engaged.
Hype is how the marketing companies use PR to sell tickets and entice you to actually purchase a ticket.
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