Coverage is simply an industry term for a script review. Decision makers prefer a concise report. Coverage normally includes a logline, the simple 1 or 2 sentence hook that describes the story in a nutshell. A sysnopsis of the story follows, describing the primary story beats and plot points. Lastly, a comments section relates the reader's opinions with regard to the major elements of a screenplay; Character, Pace, Writing, Dialogue, etc. Often times, the coverage is concluded with the reader's/analyst's reccomendation. This may be Recommend, Consider, or Pass, sometimes with a modifier. The great majority receive a Pass. This does NOT mean the script is bad. It simply reflects the reality of the business. When considering the number of available scripts, versus the number of films actually produced, only the very best have a chance of being made.