Right now cable newsdom is all abuzz with Christie—but how long will that wall-to-wall coverage last?
It took a love story to break the wall-to-wall coverage of the oil spill.
Chris Christie's "baggage" is wall-to-wall news, but corrupt Democrats in Pennsylvania and California don't need scrutiny.
The back of the stage and the DJ booth are adorned with wall-to-wall LED screens.
We succeeded in mustering a wall-to-wall consensus on Libya because Gaddafi is one of the most isolated rulers in the world.
We are also subject to wall-to-wall coverage, on every television channel and radio station.
Nonetheless, it was a fundamentally middle class place, not the wall-to-wall display of edgy affluence that it has since become.
Rubell, a New York-based installation artist, was inspired by the wall-to-wall coverage of the engagement.
Total; all-encompassing: a wall-towall nightmare in which society dissolves/ wall-to-wall hookers, niggers, and junkies/ It was wall-to-wall people
[1967+; fr the phrase wall-to-wall carpeting, found by 1953]