Does the issue only occur on a specific channel or across other channels installed on your Roku device?
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It only happens on CBS, not on he 25 or so other channels I use. Reinstalling the app doesn't help, like the other cases posted recently here.
It's important to me because I am trying to get rid of an expensive-to-rent cable box for a TV I don't use as often. CBS is important to us, and having to re-register to Verizon once a day is a show stopper.
Frankly it looks very much like the app is doing this on purpose. Other networks are fine, ABC, NBC,, Fox, etc
Have you tried logging out from within the CBS app, then logging back in?
Left cursor until menu down left side activates. Cursor down to "Sign out", press OK
Then sign back in in same place and confirm your tv provider account.
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I thought I had a clever solution. Seemingly the Roku CBS app is at fault.
So, as I own an Amazon Fire smart TV - I used the Amazon CBS app, connected to Verizon, and was streaming live. And, silly me, I thought it would persist past midnight.
But, nope, the Amazon app behaves the same way as Roku. After midnight it requires me to re-connect through Verizon.
This re-connection process is irritating. It requires another device to go to the CBS page, and then log on through Verizon after entering the code produced by the Roku/Amazon app.
It's not a big deal to do this occasionally, but to need to do it every day is more trouble than it's worth to me given the cable box requires none of this.
So, I guess I'll keep the cable box. And I now think it's likely the case that CBS enforces this policy.
As an aside, note that ABC and NBC don't behave this way. And while all three of them (CBS, NBC, and ABC) only live stream our local network, the FOX app actually allows you to chose from a wide variety of local fox channels across the US.