to make people pay a lot of attention to someone or something, for example by writing about them in a newspaper. The recent scandal served to spotlight the president’s privacy problems. Synonyms and related words. + To make something more obvious or noticeable.
1a : a projected spot of light used to illuminate brilliantly a person, object, or group on a stage. b : public notice or attention held the political spotlight. 2a : a light designed to direct a narrow intense beam of light on a small area.
Someone or something that is in the spotlight is getting a great deal of public attention.
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The videos audiences are consuming are getting shorter everyday. Grant Munro shows marketers how to capture attention, tell a story and create something visually engaging in just 2.7 seconds. Short-form videos have become the talk of content marketing over the past few years, but what exactly defines a short video? A short video is anywhere from 15 to 60 seconds long, although six-second micro-videos have become popular on platforms like YouTube and Snapchat.