Brett Harris, Sierra Scott in talks with KWCH, Channel 12, about talk show

Harris

WICHITA — Brett Harris still is almost a year away from his noncompete agreement ending with KRBB, 97.9-FM, but it sounds like he may be lining up a job.

Harris and former KSN, Channel 3, morning anchorwoman Sierra Scott are in talks with KWCH, Channel 12, about doing a show for the station.

“We are always looking for new ideas for local programming,” said Sunflower Broadcasting president and general manager Joan Barrett in an e-mailed response. “I’ve been talking to Sierra for a few years about how we might expand her role with our company. With the change in Brett’s situation it seemed natural to have a dialogue with both of them – and that’s exactly what we are doing.”

After more than two decades with B98, Harris lost his job in July when Clear Channel Radio informed him it was going in a new direction.

Tracy Cassidy, Harris’ former morning show partner, is now on the air with Adam “Lukas” Cox.

As part of his split from B98, Harris is paid through December. At that point, his six-month noncompete begins.

Scott

Scott has been producing and hosting the positive-news show “It’s All Good With Sierra Scott” since 2006. Initially, it aired on KPTS, Channel 8. Now it airs on Sunflower’s KSCW, Channel 33.

It sounds like the show Scott and Harris may do would be a talk show format. Think a Wichita version of “Live With Kelly & Michael.”

We’ll let you know what happens.

“It’s All Good” is moving to the CW

sierraWICHITA — Sierra Scott’sIt’s All Good” half-hour television show is moving from KPTS, Channel 8, to KSCW, Channel 5/33.

“One of the reasons was they want to create a Disneylike hour around it,” Scott says of her 7:30 p.m. Sunday time slot. “They wanted to create that feeling of sitting down together as a family.”

Scott is a former KSN, Channel 3, morning anchorwoman.

“It’s All Good,” which debuted in late 2006, highlights people, companies and organizations doing positive things.

“I find the people that I interview to be extremely inspirational,” Scott says.

She says CW wants 52 weeks’ worth of shows. Initially, she’ll repeat some of her favorite features.

“It’s going to have a whole new audience that hasn’t seen any of these stories yet,” Scott says.

Scott will do some new features with the repeats starting when the first CW show airs Aug. 20.

Eventually, she says, “It will turn over into all new shows.”