gavel-to-gavel

gav·el-to-gav·el

(găv′əl-tə-găv′əl)
adj. Informal
Extending from the opening to the close, as of a political convention: gavel-to-gavel television coverage.

gav′el-to-gav′el


adj.
from the opening to the closing of a formal session or series of sessions.
[1970–75]
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The mere fact that the trial of appellant was given a day-to-day, gavel-to-gavel coverage does not by itself prove that the publicity so permeated the mind of the trial judge and impaired his impartiality.
The new Court TV is devoted to live gavel-to-gavel coverage, in-depth legal reporting and expert analysis of the nation's most important and compelling trials.
Live, gavel-to-gavel coverage "of the most important and compelling trials being conducted across America" will be seen, with Yodit Tewolde taking the morning shift at the Court TV news desk, anchoring trial coverage from 9am-Noon.
She didn't quit like others but stayed gavel-to-gavel.
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Waters is a lawyer and former Gannett newspaper reporter who has worked for the Florida Supreme Court for 30 years and started its public information office, its gavel-to-gavel oral argument broadcasts, and its website in the 1990s.
It felt surreal and familiar, the same questions from the Watergate hearings a decade and a half before, as the Select Committee chaired by Sam Ervin broadcast gavel-to-gavel coverage of Nixon's self-destruction.
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In early July, Twitter announced a partnership with CBS News to livestream gavel-to-gavel coverage of last week's Republican National Convention in Cleveland and this week's Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
As the 2016 presidential election unfolds, AT&T * will offer customers gavel-to-gavel TV coverage of both national conventions.
Our team from Global Sisters Report (see the staff box at right to find all the names) provided gavel-to-gavel coverage of the event.
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