On the Move: Jan. 23

By Stephanie Tsoflias Siegel 

KSBY anchor Scott Daniels is quitting.

He announced his departure from the San Luis Obispo, Calif. station on Twitter.

“Twitter Family I need your help!❤️ I’m quitting my job next month and want to get with a TV news station that can properly use my skills. You already know that no one in this industry can do what I can do,” he said.


“The split shift of working 3 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. has been tiring, so I’m pursuing other anchor jobs in the industry,” Daniels said to a local reporter.

Daniels anchors the morning, noon and 5 p.m. show for the station.

Meanwhile, Sinclair has hired Ameshia Cross to host and producer and new, daily commentary segment, “Cross Point with Ameshia Cross.”

Cross formerly served as the Director of State Policy at the Pretrial Justice Institute to advance safe, fair, and effective pretrial reform. Prior to that, Cross was Director of Policy and External Affairs for the National Black Child Development Institute.

“I’m grateful to Sinclair for this platform to engage viewers in a civil discourse that will include diverse perspectives to challenge preconceived notions,” said Cross. “Having contributors that can offer different insights on the same topic is an important step in viewers finding common ground, and I’m thrilled to have this opportunity.”

The segment will expand on topics of various Sinclair contributors and provide different perspectives to issues discussed in Boris Epshteyn’s “Bottom Line with Boris.”