'Alexa, open CNN.' 

  • Amazon Echo

  • CNN (Video) Flash Briefing

    Ask, "Alexa, what's the latest news?" and hear a summary of CNN's latest news headlines in three minutes or less, updated every morning and afternoon. Weekday mornings, tune in on your Echo Show to see the top five headlines video.
    To enable, click this link, sign in and click Enable. Alexa also allows you to Edit Order and drag CNN to the top of the stack.
  • CNN Skill

    Say, "Alexa, open CNN" to hear stories, updates and breaking news from Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper, Erin Burnett and other CNN anchors. Ask about prompted topics or ask for the latest news.
  • 'The Point with Chris Cillizza' Flash Briefing

    What happened in politics today, and what should you look for tomorrow? Get the latest details every evening from the new CNN Politics flash briefing, "The Point with Chris Cillizza." Ask, "Alexa, what's the latest news?" to get caught up.
    To enable, click this link, sign in and click Enable. Alexa also allows you to Edit Order and drag "The Point with Chris Cillizza" to the top of the stack.

'OK Google, let me talk to CNN.' 

  • Google Home

  • CNN News Briefing

    Say, "Ok Google, what's the latest?" and hear a summary of CNN's latest news headlines in three minutes or less, updated every morning and afternoon.
    To enable, go to the Google Home phone app, hit the menu bar on the top left, go to More Settings, News, Customize, and check the CNN News Briefing. You can drag CNN to the top of the stack.
  • CNN Action

    Say, "Ok Google, open CNN" to hear stories, updates and breaking news from Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper, Erin Burnett and other CNN anchors. Ask about prompted topics or ask for the latest news.
  • 'The Point with Chris Cillizza' News Briefing

    What happened in politics today, and what should you look for tomorrow? Get the latest details every evening from the new CNN Politics news briefing, "The Point with Chris Cillizza." Say, "OK Google, what's the latest?" to get caught up.
    To enable, go to the Google Home phone app, hit the menu bar on the top left, go to More Settings, News, Customize, and check the 'The Point with Chris Cillizza' News Briefing. You can then drag it to the top of the stack.