News of Note—Dish Network, Saudi Telecom and CBS

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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

> CBS Corp. announced CBS Experiences Wednesday, a new experiential events division for live and interactive events that will build off the company’s existing IP. FierceVideo article

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