Sound of Success: The Dick Enberg Podcast

From his broad range of Hall of Fame broadcasting, Dick Enberg entertains the greats in sports and in life. With his exposure, relationships and success in sports and academia, he invites guests to share life lessons, humorous anecdotes, historic moments, and the personal ingredients that power our heroes to greatness. Dick Enberg is a veteran of 60 years of sports broadcasting and he holds the distinction of being the only person to win the National Emmy Awards as a sportscaster, writer and producer. He has been inducted into the National Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame and the National Sportscaster and Sportswriters HOF. He is only the second person to be honored in the Pro Football HOF, National Basketball HOF, and the Baseball HOF in Cooperstown. He is the author of two best selling books: Dick Enberg's "Humorous Quotes For All Occasions" and his autobiography, "Oh My."

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CBS Sports Chairman, Sean McManus

The son of famed Jim McKay has authored his own Hall of Fame broadcasting career, not with his face on television, but behind it, supervising a billion dollar budget. Sean McManus, Chairman of CBS Sports, shares his exhausting, complicated leadership in guiding CBS Sports coverage of the Super Bowl, the Masters, the NCAA basketball championships and more. You'll be intrigued by "Mr. NaFaLi" on Dick Enberg's Sound of Success.
01:02:00 12/14/2017

Past Episodes

How does a young woman manage to crash through the traditional barriers built by men in sports broadcasting? Beth Mowins used the same skill and tenacity that fueled an outstanding high school and college athletic career in her determined battle to succeed as a radio and television play by play announcer. Most recently, she took a momentous step by becoming the first female to call an NFL game on CBS. She shares her resolute climb to rare success with Dick Enberg on Sound of Success.
01:04:00 12/7/2017
Millions of runners. One incredible human story. Meb Keflezighi sits down with Dick Enberg after running his 26th and final marathon at age 42. Meb is the only man to win the Boston and New York marathons and an Olympic medal. They discuss his herculean work ethic, parenthood, becoming a U.S. citizen, and his escape from Eritrea as a child during a bloody civil war.
01:12:00 11/30/2017
Shelley Zimmerman has worked her way up from undercover high school Narco cop to become San Diego Chief of Police - all the while clinging to her passion for Ohio State Sports. Dick talks to this female buzzsaw about protesting the national anthem, the use of body cameras and the agony of being a Cleveland sports fan.
01:02:00 11/23/2017
How does a man in today's basketball coaching hierarchy successfully cope with "One and Done?" University of Kentucky's John Calipari does. He shares not only insights into recruiting, practice, game coaching, and seasonal rebuilding with Dick Enberg, but his intense desire to win more than just one more National Championship.
00:52:00 11/16/2017
Dick chats with 7-time NBA champion, Steve Kerr, about his evolution from player to commentator to head coach, his admiration for John Wooden, the assassination his father, and going one on one with Stephen Curry.
00:51:00 11/9/2017
With the end of all the World Series language and continuing mountain of words being spent on college and professional football, Enberg invites the wizard of words, Richard Lederer, "Attila the Pun," who shares the derivation of many expressions in our common Sports language. Fun and fascinating.
01:03:00 11/2/2017
Basketball Hall of Famer, Bill Walton, won't admit to being over 7 feet tall, but shares all with Dick Enberg about overcoming a major stuttering problem and severe back pain that had him considering suicide.
01:08:00 10/26/2017

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The son of famed Jim McKay has authored his own Hall of Fame broadcasting career, not with his face on television, but behind it, supervising a billion dollar budget. Sean McManus, Chairman of CBS Sports, shares his exhausting, complicated leadership in guiding CBS Sports coverage of the Super Bowl, the Masters, the NCAA basketball championships and more. You'll be intrigued by "Mr. NaFaLi" on Dick Enberg's Sound of Success.
01:02:00 12/14/2017
How does a young woman manage to crash through the traditional barriers built by men in sports broadcasting? Beth Mowins used the same skill and tenacity that fueled an outstanding high school and college athletic career in her determined battle to succeed as a radio and television play by play announcer. Most recently, she took a momentous step by becoming the first female to call an NFL game on CBS. She shares her resolute climb to rare success with Dick Enberg on Sound of Success.
01:04:00 12/7/2017
Millions of runners. One incredible human story. Meb Keflezighi sits down with Dick Enberg after running his 26th and final marathon at age 42. Meb is the only man to win the Boston and New York marathons and an Olympic medal. They discuss his herculean work ethic, parenthood, becoming a U.S. citizen, and his escape from Eritrea as a child during a bloody civil war.
01:12:00 11/30/2017
Shelley Zimmerman has worked her way up from undercover high school Narco cop to become San Diego Chief of Police - all the while clinging to her passion for Ohio State Sports. Dick talks to this female buzzsaw about protesting the national anthem, the use of body cameras and the agony of being a Cleveland sports fan.
01:02:00 11/23/2017
How does a man in today's basketball coaching hierarchy successfully cope with "One and Done?" University of Kentucky's John Calipari does. He shares not only insights into recruiting, practice, game coaching, and seasonal rebuilding with Dick Enberg, but his intense desire to win more than just one more National Championship.
00:52:00 11/16/2017

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