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Watch CNN News Channel On Roku

Use the Nowhere News Private Roku Channel to Watch CNN Without Cable or Satellite

Here is how to add the Nowhere News Private Roku Channel to watch CNN News

CNN does have a Live News channels on Roku you can add. In order to watch CNN Live News you will need to login with a cable TV or satellite subscriber account. You can add this channel and other Cable TV Roku Channels here to your Roku.

Sometimes the CNN Live News channel can act a little buggy and kick you right back to the Roku Home screen when you try to watch it live. This could be because too many people are trying to watch it all at once. If this happens just know it is a common problem and it's something CNN needs to fix with their channel and has nothing to do with your Roku.

If you want to watch CNN, here is another way to watch it on your Roku and it doesn't require a cable provider account login to watch it.

Just add the Private Roku Channel "Nowhere News" which features all the latest news videos from CNN.

This CNN channel is private channel and is free. You can install it on your Roku by clicking the "add channel" link or channel icon below.

CLICK Here to ADD Nowhere News

How to Watch CNN, FOX News and MSNBC Live News From Your Computer

There may be times when you want to watch CNN, Fox News or MSNBC Live from your computer. Here is a great little trick that will let you watch all three of these live news networks without a cable TV provide account.

To access All Three News networks just use our FREE TvStreamin Remote Control Web or Android TV App. Click the image or link below. Once you open the  Remote Control, just click the CNN button.

In the page that comes up you can choose from three popular live News Video feeds from either CNN, MSNBC or FOX News.

Click Here to Get App

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