I usually watch this in the morning after the alarm goes off; during normal commercial breaks, the same stupid bumpers, fillers, and station promos are shown over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over again! (The one promo about 13abc Good Morning, with the bedraggled-looking couple I’ve named “Rumpled Raincoats,” where the guy is wearing a polo shirt about eight sizes too big, is especially annoying, especially when it is shown three times in succession!!) According to the news producer, normal commercials aren’t authorized for online consumption! If we log in with a Buckeye or Spectrum subscription, does that change?! (I’d throw you folks a couple bucks a year to be rid of the ProMedica junk, and to simply have a “Commercial Braeak–Programming will return shortly” message, instead of the piffle you show online now!) To access the live broadcast, you have to sit through an ad, which vary between Directions Credit Union, and various ProMedica ads. Annoyingly, some of the ProMedica ads take up to a *** minute *** to load, after which, you’ve likely missed Ross’ or Jay’s weather forecast!! At least, until iOS 11, I could navigate away from the app in order to avoid have to see Mr & Mrs. Rumpled Raincoat five times between the first news segment and the second segment with the weather! Now, after iOS11, when I come back to the app and hit the Play icon, the network activity icon disappears after a couple seconds, and the only way to get it back is to return to the menu screen, and go back into the broadcast–maybe you’ll get the Directions Credit Union ad which loads in ten seconds, maybe you’ll wait a minute or more to be regaled about the benefits of some stupid Call-A-Doc from the Green House of Oostra! Either way, you’re going to miss the weather, and sports, and perhaps the entire newscast as well, while waiting for the stupid ads to load! Fix this thing so that one can go between the live broadcast and other apps, and not have to either stay in the app and watch those stupid, lame, insipid promos, fillers, bumpers (and Mr. Rumpled Raincoat at the end of that promo cocking his finger in his belt loop with five inches of sleeve hanging below his elbow, looking about as cool as month-old bread–or a bucket of fecal material) in order to avoid having to watch yet anotherr Oostra ad, or figure out how to get those ads loaded in a couple of seconds, instead of a minute or more, by which time, most rational people will have moved on from this CRapp to your competitors!