News of Note—Roku, TiVo and E.W. Scripps

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Roku announced that it will soon make its Enhanced Voice Search feature available to Roku users in the U.K. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> Roku announced that it will soon make its Enhanced Voice Search feature available to Roku users in the U.K. Release

> TiVo announced that the company has entered a multiyear intellectual property license agreement with Telstra. Release

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