BABES502, the reason you didn't have any trouble with WRVA before is because they used to use a single url address for the station's audio stream. Once this url was programmed into the Radio Roku database (or programmed in as a preset on your Soundbridge), you could always listen to WRVA on your Soundbridge without any problem.
But recently, all of the Clear Channel Corporation-owned stations (including WRVA, KFI, KQKE and many others) switched their streaming protocol. Many of these stations are easily recognized by the term "reflector:" followed by a 5-digit code at the end of the former audio url. The new protocol only allows streaming audio for any given station by using the station's popup media player on a computer. The popup player is a modified Windows Media Player that includes advertising and (I believe) also prevents listening of U.S.-based stations from outside the U.S. The popup media player generates a "digital key" which is unique to each listening session and appears as a long string of characters after the actual station audio url.
Because the digital key is active only for one listening session, you cannot copy the long string of characters from your Snooper that represents both the audio url and the digital key, save it as a preset on your computer, on your Soundbridge, or in the Radio Roku database and expect it to work the next time. It might work for a short time (maybe an hour or two) after the first listening session, depending on how often the digital keys are regenerated.
If you want to listen to WRVA on your Soundbridge, the only way I know of is to get it running on your computer first every time, and then "send" it to your Soundbridge using server software of some kind. Of course, this is rather cumbersome and overly technical, which will cause most people to simply listen elsewhere. When CBS similarly switched their streaming protocol recently, they recognized that many people were listening on devices other than computers (with that type of listening growing rapidly), so they provided alternate compatible streams for the many internet radios, smartphones and other devices that cannot access the popup media player intended for computer-listening only. Perhaps Clear Channel will recognize the same thing shortly.
Hope this clears things up...