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Cable's home shopping: too legit to quit? By Elaine Underwoo

NEW YORK The roads to the mails were empty during the blizzard of '93. But the phone lines at the Home Shopping Network were jammed, and callers from th

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“Customers who have watched the show begin to trust Terry’s opinions,” said HSN communications director Louise Cleary. ‘Whey tell us watching her is like going shopping with a friend.”
Home shopping channels, a risible quirk of cable in the early 1980s, have jockeyed into a power outlet with $2 billion in sales in 1992.

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