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After lengthy Federal Communications Commission (FCC) hearings, KSFO won the 740 frequency, but later decided to stay at 560 and concentrate its efforts on building a television station.
It traded the 740 frequency to CBS in return for getting the CBS television affiliation for the Bay Area.
(The show's season finale last week "There's this idea that it's just not worth the trouble," Thompson says.
"It would take some kind of incredible sleight of hand and hubris for TLC to think they could get out of this."Moreover, he says, it's ironic that Mama June makes a valid point about inconsistent treatment."I never would have expected that it would be Mama June who has to become the conscience of TLC — the voice of reason," he said.
Hell no."What's the likelihood of TLC keeping the show on?
Not high, despite the show's top ratings, says pop-culture expert Robert Thompson of Syracuse University's Center for Television and Popular Culture.
We are deeply saddened and troubled by this heartbreaking situation, and our thoughts and prayers are with the family and victims at this difficult time," said the network statement emailed by publicity chief Shannon Llanes. She's Honey Boo Boo's over-the-top mom, and her family's "redneck reality" show on TLC was canceled in October in the wake of reports by TMZ and others that Shannon was dating a man once convicted of child molestation.740 AM was the last 50,000-watt frequency available in the Bay Area, and KSFO was to raise its power to 50,000 watts after moving to 740.However, after KSFO parted ways with CBS radio, the network moved its Bay Area affiliation to KQW and was not about to give up the advantage of owning the Bay Area's last available 50,000-watt station.On Friday, she was fuming to TMZ that she wants to sue TLC about unfair treatment, since — so far — the Duggars still have a show, even though, she believes, the parents covered up Josh Duggar's confession to groping five girls 12 years ago in Springdale, Ark."I read that the Duggar family said this happening with their son brought them closer to God and each other," Shannon complained to TMZ."So they're saying it's OK to have family touch time?