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You are correct. CCLI Covers use for broadcasting if you pay for that (its more than the standard license). You do need to ensure that the ccli info is on screen while the song is playing, like you should display anytime you show lyrics or play a song.
My church uses Vimeo for streaming because the price and we could actually stream. We got set up with YouTube for non-profits and ran into the automated cutoff when it detected licensed materials. My church already had the upgraded CCLI license that allows for broadcasting (but not long-term online retention) and it still went offline 5 minutes after we started the service.
For more information about that channel's features and functionality, you'll want to contact the channel provider support directly to inquire further. Many channels on Roku are developed and maintained by the channel provider themselves.