It's not "censorship". Censorhsip is getting thrown into jail for reporting stuff that the government doesn't like or are blocked by your government from visiting certain news websites. (There's a REASON why "#FreeAJStaff" appears at the beginning of the Newshour)
Nowhereman was stealing the streams from Livestation, this week they implemented token protection so nowhereman and other services can't steal their streams, watch their premium channels for free, and circumvent geoblocks imposed by the stations.
You can still watch many of those channels from their websites, on cable/satellite if your provider carries them, or from Livestation directly. BBC World News, Euronews, CNN International and CNBC Europe are premium and require a paid subscription. For legal reasons Al Jazeera, BBC World News, CNN International and CNBC Europe are not available in the USA via Livestation but are available from other sources:
CNN International's North American feed is available with CNNgo
CNBC's Europe, minus the Tonight Show, is available with a paid subscription to CNBC Pro, you can also see the business news from Europe and Asia on the CNBC World channel
BBC World News went the commercial route for US distribution so it's only available from cable and satellite providers
Al Jazeera was withdrawn from US distribution after they launched Al Jazeera America, but their streams are still available for free on Livestation for those outside of the USA, and you can still watch news reports on demand on their website, just click the link at the bottom of their page to go to Al Jazeera English's website.
Not being able to watch a channel because you refuse to subscribe to cable or satellite provider who has the channel, or pay for a premium streaming subscription is not "censorship". (God forbid your favorite international news channels actually try to make money so they can continue to afford to place their journalists around the world, lease multiple satellite feeds so cable and satellite providers around the world can receive their channels, deal with budget cuts because the current government doesn't like how their news department is reporting about them, not to mention pay lawyers to handle the legal nightmare some journalists are in right now in certain parts of the world)
I pay $180 US per month for cable and Internet. I also pay $15 per month for satellite radio. Then on top of that about $160 per month to a cellular company. I have no interest in paying Sling $25 more per month for a bundle of awful channels full of reality TV sewage just so I can be eligible to pay another $5 for a bundle that includes the one channel that I don't already have in my current lineup. That channel is Euronews. It is free everywhere else in the world where one has legal and open access to the sky or Ineternet, via their apps and web site. I'd pay them $10 a month for a direct subscription, but hey, I guess since I'm an American, I must be so wealthy I can afford to support the same 50 or so other channels that I can't stand twice. Or I have to discontinue my digital TV service with my current provider and rely completely on Sling for TV. That's like paying protection money. As for giving Livestation a second shot, they had me and lost me, and I refuse to pay them another dollar. Anybody who has subscribed to them knows why. They still don't have a properly working app on any platform, and that won't change even if I rejoined the list of their venture capitalists.
I called it censorship because for all intents and purposes, Euronews has been blocked in the USA, regardless of how much money you have. It has no distribution on cable or satellite to speak of, and it's not an accident. I'll give you an example of why it is not: BBC World. I already pay one cable company more than enough for their channel. What they do to BBC World News is horrendous. Every commercial break, Truecar.com, Angie's List, Dealdash.com and Xarelto class action lawsuits. The commercial breaks are sometimes improperly placed in the middle of programs! It's unwatchable. Constant dive for the mute button. That's why I was using the Roku. Euronews doesn't have sufficient space for these obnoxious ads. And it doesn't have riveting infotainment series either. Thus it is not government censorship, but mass media monopolies doing the censoring.