BBC will launch smart-speaker news service allowing users to skip stories they're not interested in 

Mail Online | 10/22/2019 | Paul Revoir Media Editor For The Daily Mail
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If you're fed up with hearing about Brexit on every bulletin, here's some good news.

The BBC is to launch the UK's first interactive voice news service allowing smart-speaker users to skip stories they are not interested in.

Owners - Devices - Today - Speaker - BBC

Owners of Alexa-enabled devices, from today, can say to their speaker 'Give me BBC News' and tailor the news to suit their interests.

This will also allow them to ask for more information about news they are keen on hearing about, including extended interviews and features, specially commissioned items, as well as archive material.

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At the moment the BBC offers Alexa users a 'straightforward' radio-like bulletin. But the corporation says the new service will let people get...
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