Watching Jewelry Television® programming on our web site is easy with our new and improved television viewer. To view live programming, simply follow these steps:
With the live viewer open, a window to the right of the viewer labeled "current item" Is displayed. When available, this window contains a picture of the current item on display. Beneath the image specific product information such as material, type, stone size, item number and price is shown. To view the items product details page, open a new window, go to jtv.com and enter the specific product’s item number in the search box.
The product information beneath the "current item" display window provides the price, item number and short description of the product available. There is a button beneath the description allowing you to add the item to your cart or email the product to a friend. Click "add to cart" and a new window will open showing the item added to your jtv.com shopping cart. . From this page you can Update Quantities, Continue Shopping on jtv.com, or Proceed to Checkout.
Beneath the live viewer’s "current item" display, you'll notice a list of recent items. To learn more about any one of these products, scroll your mouse over the specific product and select. The "current item" display changes to "recent item" with an image (when available) and product description. You can order the item by selecting the Add to Cart button, view more recent items, or click the "back to current item" at the top right of the display to return to viewing current product.
Yes. If you select "add to cart," "program guide," or "meet the hosts,” a new window will load with the appropriate page. From this window, you can continue browsing jewelrytelevision.com without interrupting the viewer.
Beneath the broadcast window, there is a link labeled “Meet the Hosts” where you can explore specific host pages. There are also links to the program guide for a summary of the current schedule and live viewer help for tips on how to use the live viewer. Beneath these links you are shown what program and host is on "Now" and what program and host is on "Next."