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New TV shopping experience has all the big brands

20 August 2013

New TV shopping experience has all the big brands

There's a new shopping channel landing today, offering shoppers the latest products from a wide range of well-known, trusted brands.

TVSN (the TV Shopping Network) will give viewers the chance to shop across their fashion, health, beauty, kitchen, electrical, homewares and jewellery departments.

“After much research into the New Zealand market we saw an exciting growth opportunity for TVSN," says Chris Eade, the Kiwi CEO of Direct Group, the owner of TVSN.

"We have had 18 years’ experience in Australia and a strong commitment to customer satisfaction across all aspects from merchandising to production to warehousing to 24/7 customer care.”

TVSN will screen on SKY Channel 24 and Freeview HD Channel 20, the channel will feature over 8000 products from well-known, trusted brands like KitchenAid, Charlie Brown and OPI.

Dionne Sinay TVSN General Manager says “TVSN's shows are presented live and unscripted by talented TVSN Presenters who are often joined by Brand Ambassadors working together taking viewers on an informative and entertaining journey, showcasing the product through demonstrations, testimonials and the odd blooper!”

Broadcasting 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including at least 12 hours of live content daily, the shows are broadcast from TVSN’s dedicated studios and hosted by a range of presenters, including Kiwi Jamie Malcolm.

Customers can purchase over the phone toll free 24/7 or online and products are delivered within 7-10 days.

For more information on the over 8,000 products on TVSN, visit www.tvsn.co.nz

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