You're already so lazy you won't walk ten feet to turn on the TV. Now you're so lazy you can't even be bothered to find the remote. You don't need a remote with Dish, says the Spokeslistener. Whatever that is. You can just talk to Alexa to play the new Ghostbusters. Also starring a dumb dad, because god forbid we leave that cliché. Also the availability is dependent upon a few things. It's only available for DISH customers with a Hopper or Wally and an Amazon Echo, Echo Dot or Amazon Tap. Still it's cool DISH is the first TV provider to offer direct compatibility with Amazon Alexa. Who knows? Maybe soon Amazon will fly in a drone to chew your pizza for you and then feed you as if you were a baby bird.
A lazy baby bird.

Client: DISH
Advertising Agency: Camp + King
Chief Creative Officer/Partner: Roger Camp
Chief Executive Officer/Partner: Jamie King
Associate Creative Director/Art Director: Luis Farfan
Associate Creative Director/Copywriter: Andy Lewis
Senior Art Director: Gustaf Jonsson
Senior Copywriter: Rick Morrison
Director of Content Production: Stacy McClain
Producer: Nicole Van Dawark
Brand Director: Dana Rabb
Brand Supervisor: Heather Lord
Brand Manager: Sasha Rezaie
Director of Strategy: Shannon Gillmore
Brand Strategist: Pete Scanlon
Production: Moxie Pictures
Director: Martin Granger
Executive Producer: Karol Zeno
Head of Production: Paula Benson
Line Producer: Heidi Soltesz
Post Production/Editorial: Cut+Run
Managing Director: Michelle Eskin
Editor: Pete Koob
Assistant Editor: Christopher Kasper
Executive Producer: Deanne Mehling
Producer: Sara Stasinos
Motion Graphics: Tom Yaniv
Finish: Jogger
Flame Artist: Matt Trivan
Music: Beacon Street Studios, Venice CA
Composers: Andrew Feltenstein and John Nau
Sound Design: Barking Owl
Sound Designer: Morgan Johnson
Creative Director: Kelly Bayett
Producer: KC Dossett
Mix: One Union Recording Studios, San Francisco CA
Engineers: Matt Wood and Matt Zipkin
Executive Producer: Lauren Mask

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