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How to get your CTV News updates daily on Google Home
 

CTV News now provides up-to-the-minute news stories via Google Assistant on phones and smart speakers like Google Home.

With a simple voice command, users will get immediate hands-free audio updates.

To receive news updates, users can prompt the system with a command such as "Hey Google, listen to CTV News."

Comprehensive digital news updates, as well as on-demand video content, are also available from CTVNews.ca, as well as the CTV News GO mobile apps.
 

How to get your CTV News updates daily on Amazon Alexa
 

Getting CTV News updates daily on your Amazon Alexa enabled device is easy!

To configure your Alexa to read you the latest update from CTV News, simply say: “Alexa, enable CTV News.”

This will activate the feature.
 

How to get your CTV News updates daily on Amazon Echo Spot
 

Not on the go, but you still want a hands-free news update?

For news and information you can see and hear, just ask Alexa for your video flash briefing from CTV News.

After you've configured CTV News as a skill on your Echo Spot, Just say "Alexa, what’s my Flash Briefing" or "Alexa, what’s in the news?" to watch the latest breaking news and headlines from Canada and around the world.
 

How to get your CTV News updates daily on Apple Homepod
 

For the latest updates from CTV News on your Apple Homepod, simply say "Hey Siri, play me the news from CTV News."

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