Do you put quotation marks around the title of a print ad or a TV commercial?
For example, on THE LIVING ROOM CANDIDATE which houses many presidential campaign commercials, each commercial has a title (e.g. Country I Love). If I want to use this title in a sentence, do I quote the title or not?
Yes if you are quoting someone elses words, writing etc.
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