- noun1 reporting of news/sportsADJECTIVE▪ considerable, extensive, massive▪
There's been massive television coverage of the World Cup.▪ around-the-clock (esp. AmE), non-stop, round-the-clock, wall-to-wall (esp. AmE)▪ comprehensive, full, gavel-to-gavel (= from the beginning to the end) (AmE)▪ detailed, in-depth▪ wide, widespread▪ international, local, national, worldwide▪ prime-time▪ limited▪ saturation▪ media, news, newspaper, press, radio, television, TV▪
The TV company was given a special award for its news coverage.▪ live▪
There's live coverage of the game on TV.▪ exclusive▪ balanced, biased▪ favourable/favorable, negative, positive▪ election, sports, war, etc.VERB + COVERAGE▪ give sth, provide (sth with)▪
The resignation was given widespread coverage.▪ attract, get, have, receive▪
The wedding had wide press coverage.▪ dominate▪
The story dominated local news coverage.▪ read, watchCOVERAGE + VERB▪ focus on sth▪
Media coverage of the march focused on the few fights that broke out.PREPOSITION▪ coverage of2 (AmE) insurance against sth ⇨ See also ↑coverADJECTIVE▪ insurance▪ dental, health, health-care, medical, prescription, prescription-drug▪ liability▪ universalVERB + COVERAGE▪ offer, provide▪ buy, get, have, obtain, purchase▪ expand, extend▪
the possibility of expanding health-care coverage to all▪ lose▪
People fear losing coverage if they switch employers.PREPOSITION▪ coverage for▪
Business liability protection will provide coverage for damages in the event of a legal claim.
Collocations dictionary. 2013.