News of Note—Dish Network, Saudi Telecom and CBS

news of note
Saudi Telecom multimedia subsidiary Intigral has chosen Arris to provide products and services for its first digital entertainment offering, Jawwy TV, in Saudi Arabia. (stevepb/Pixabay)

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> Dish Network said it has added new Amazon Alexa voice capabilities to its family of Hopper set-tops and DVRs that enable customers to set recordings, navigate menus and launch apps such as Game Finder, Netflix, Pandora and YouTube. Multichannel News article

> Saudi Telecom multimedia subsidiary Intigral has chosen Arris to provide products and services for its first digital entertainment offering, Jawwy TV, in Saudi Arabia. Release

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