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QVC to Rerun Midnight TSV from 2am-7am starting Monday Morn

In case people didn't read the Customer Care post, this has been verified.
For 4 weeks beginning tomorrow morning 2am-7am DST, they will replay the midnight TSV show over and over until 7am. After 4 weeks they will review the results according to "Beth" a  QVC employee. 
So, I suppose this is the worst news for people far west and for people like me who arise at 4am-5am daily. No QVC for me. I already think the TSV presentations are too long.
Maybe other people won't mind at all.

I think back to the survey I got regarding the TSV which then made me think the TSVs weren't selling as well as expected.
Also big cost savings, I'm sure. 

Just figured a lot of folks didn't read the Customer Care section so I wanted to let you know in case you kept seeing the TSV over and over and thought it was Groundhog's Day! :-)
Judy

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Re: QVC to Rerun Midnight TSV from 2am-7am starting Monday Morn

They're running TSV presentations into the ground.  I'm not buying based on principle.

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Re: QVC to Rerun Midnight TSV from 2am-7am starting Monday Morn

They've tried this a few times before for a week or two.

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Re: QVC to Rerun Midnight TSV from 2am-7am starting Monday Morn

The non-stop airings of TSV became TIRESOME a long time ago! No matter what time I turned on QVC yesterday, the laptop presentation was in full swing. TV went off.

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Re: QVC to Rerun Midnight TSV from 2am-7am starting Monday Morn

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@CashierJudy 

 

Thank you for posting this ,i did not see Beth's post.

 

 

 

QVC is really going down the drain......imo

 

 

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Re: QVC to Rerun Midnight TSV from 2am-7am starting Monday Morn

What kind of results are they reviewing? It would be the least viewed time any way. The other Q networks have rerun shows & maybe that is what they are going to for the main network. They would save money not having to pay a host. Personally I don't watch rerun shows. Normally I just watch the item videos except I have been having trouble with those not playing. I'm sure there will be changes. Thanks for the update.

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Re: QVC to Rerun Midnight TSV from 2am-7am starting Monday Morn

I looked at the long-range program guide the other day and saw this.  Not surprised.  What surprised me is that they haven't made a major announcement of this action.

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Re: QVC to Rerun Midnight TSV from 2am-7am starting Monday Morn

Thank you for sharing.  I had not seen the earier post by Beth.  I have noticied that the "sister station" HSN is doing this. They re-run their Today's Special from 2:00am - 7:00am.  As someone mentioned earlier, I'm sure it's cost-effective, but I find it annoying.  So I guess it will be cost-effective for me as well - I won't be purchasing anything when I can't sleep at night'!!!

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Re: QVC to Rerun Midnight TSV from 2am-7am starting Monday Morn

HSN has been doing this for months. I suffer from insomnia and I sometimes watch TV but now it is the same thing over and over. I guess they think they will have few hosts. It would be better if they have fewer channels. I only get the main channels. If they wonder why sales are dropping, they should get more variety of products. Most of the TS are variations of old stuff. 

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Re: QVC to Rerun Midnight TSV from 2am-7am starting Monday Morn

@MalteseMomma  You are welcome. I know if I kept seeing the same thing repeated over  I'd sure wonder what was going on.

Just me  I know but I recall TSVs being real bargains. Now a $70 pr of leggings were a good deal to some but I wonder if the majority of viewers are attracted by high priced merchandise as "special values". Same with the "Christmas" tree that flashed like a LED ad on the highway! That was overpriced.