Definitions

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  • n. A talkfest.

Etymologies

chat +‎ -fest (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Barbara Walters will officially announce next Monday that the newest member of the cackling bitches The View, is none other than Sherri Shepherd: Shepherd, who achieved moderate fame with a long-running stint on ABC's Less Than Perfect, as well as roles on The Jamie Foxx Show and the recent big-screen bomb Who's Your Caddy?, will fill the spot vacated by Star Jones Reynolds more than a year ago, marking the first time since spring 2006 that the chatfest will be able to boast a full fivesome at the table.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • The syndicated chatfest is up 6 percent year-to-year, averaging 3 million viewers.

    The Biz: Analyzing This Season's Talk Shows

  • CBS News has also revealed plans that it will turn its Early Show into a more thoughtful discussion program and is in talks with Charlie Rose, whose PBS chatfest is a favorite among high-minded viewers, about serving as host.

    The Biz: A New Breakfast Club

  • "Gary calls in from Florida and we talk about all sorts of stuff in our latest chatfest."

    Archive 2010-06-01

  • Especially Democratic politicians who are going to be interviewed by the media, say on a Sunday political chatfest show.

    Chris Weigant: Friday Talking Points [150] -- A Fortean Week

  • It started life on CNN as a taped celebrity chatfest but held its own during the network's coverage of the Egyptian revolution.

    The Biz: Rating the Replacements

  • The ideal lead-in would be arguing with a Republican on some political chatfest, say who trots out some version of the American people really want...

    Chris Weigant: Friday Talking Points -- Class Warfare? Hardly.

  • So recently I was asked if I'd like to chime in to a little round robin chatfest on the great site SF Signal.

    Me talking about myself!

  • CBS is already seeing higher profits for its new daytime chatfest The Talk, even though the ratings are slightly below those of As the World Turns, the soap it replaced.

    The Biz: Why ABC Lost Hope for Its Soaps

  • Normally, these are offered up for the benefit of Democratic politicians about to appear on the weekend political chatfest shows, but next week is going to be dominated in the political word by the president's speech.

    Chris Weigant: Friday Talking Points [152] -- A Palin-Free Month?

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