Covering An Event
Data Collection, Interview
noun, verbal noun
Your job is to take materials from a bunch of different people because you're covering an event. This data collection needs to be thorough, so you try to take all the materials you can from as many people as you can find.
This is a jukugo word that uses the on'yomi readings of the kanji. You haven't learned the on'yomi of 取 yet, so here's a mnemonic to help you:
You're covering an event featuring all kinds of chutes (しゅ). They have the whole range, from laundry chutes and garbage chutes, to evacuation chutes and so much more. You'll be doing some data collection and interviews about all these chutes, and you can't wait!
I'm wondering if you would allow us to get an interview?
I will go to cover the sports event tomorrow.
I'm covering the concert of a famous artist now.
Media coverage started simultaneously.