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home shopping

shopping at home from goods displayed on TV shopping channels or on the Web

home′ shop′ping



n.
the purchase of goods displayed on a television show or on a retailer's Web site, as by ordering them by telephone or online.
[1985–90]
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The home shopping units of CJ, GS and Hyundai Department Store have failed in their overseas home shopping ventures and have closed multiple units after suffering continued losses, according to industry analysts, Friday.
Chloe Endean, founder of Chloe's Creative Cards, jetted to Florida-based TV channel the Home Shopping Network to promote her cards in the US.
The fake messages sent were regarding Tesco grocery home shopping orders that have never actually been made.
At the newly appointed studios of Citruss TV in Dubai Studio City, we see the air-fryer, along with samples of jelabiyas (traditional attire for Arab women), mixers, beauty products and slimming pills, among other staples of home shopping television.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Sep 7 (NewsVoir): Prathem Link D2H Service has announced the launch of Prathem Bazar, a 24/7 home shopping channel in TV commerce and online segment in India.
There are many who believe that with the rapid encroachment of online shopping platforms, TV-based home shopping services would see a decline in viewing and popularity.
Jason Kong, president of Global Home Shopping, said the group would focus on furniture, kitchen and home appliances for Middle Eastern consumers.
(OTC PINK: SONT), a fully reporting company for retail and consumer goods that specializes in e-commerce and product development, announced today that it has launched SONTLive.com deemed "The Future of Home Shopping." What is SONTLive.com?
ASDA has apologised to customers and taken "immediate action" to improve standards across its home shopping services after a whistleblower raised concerns about poor hygiene.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 6, 2015-Findel to Sell Home Shopping Unit for GBP 3.6m
Lowell (Bud) Paxson, the co-creator of Home Shopping Network who later amassed a trove of TV stations and launched the family-friendly network Pax TV, died Jan.