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Best Joel Godett podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Joel Godett podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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ChirpCast is a podcast hosted by Joel Godett and Mick Tidrow of the Ball State Radio Network, in partnership with Learfield. Featuring interviews with all the key newsmakers in Cardinals athletics and providing exclusive access to every aspect of the Ball State Athletic Department, ChirpCast is the podcast for serious Cardinals fans everywhere. New episodes drop every week.
 
Play-by-Playcast is a podcast for play-by-play broadcasters, about play-by-play broadcasters, by a play-by-play broadcaster. It's a professional development podcast diving into the tips, tricks, experience, stories, process and preparations of some of the biggest and best play-by-play announcers in the business.
 
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Monday Night with The Red and White - 1/13/20
 
Monday Night with The Red and White - 12/16/19
 
Monday Night with The Red and White - 12/9/19
 
Monday Night with The Red and White - 12/2/19
 
Monday Night with The Red and White - 11/25/19
 
Monday Night with The Red and White - 11/18/19
 
Monday Night with The Red and White - 11/4/19
 
Monday Night with The Red and White - 10/28/19
 
Salt Lake Bees voice Steve Klauke has broadcast over 3,500 games for the organization. Originally moving to Utah as part of the Jazz broadcast, Klauke took over PxP with the city's baseball team when the Buzz moved to town from Portland.By Joel Godett
 
Josh Suchon began his career with a decade of newspaper reporting and, at age 34, took the dive and headed into the world of play-by-play. He also made it quickly back to the Major Leagues working on the Dodgers Radio Network.By Joel Godett
 
Gary Hahn is the 30-year voice of the NC State Wolfpack, but before that he was the voice of the Ohio State Buckeyes and worked on the Louisville and Alabama Networks ... oh, and he had a stint on national radio with NBC in New York. One of the giants of the collegiate space is this week's guest on PxPCast.…
 
Andrew Allegretta is the newest voice to the FBS scene as the Voice of the Green Wave at Tulane. This week he joins the podcast to talk making the jump to being an FBS voice, why Tulane was the right fit and how he knew, what makes a perfect call, his influence from Bill Roth and more.By Joel Godett
 
Courtney Lyle is one of the youngest full-time broadcasters on the ESPN roster, still not yet 30 years of age. The Tennessee grad got her start with the SEC Network and working local news before beginning to work her way up the ESPN ladder. Today we talk travel stories, cracking the network level, broadcasting on twitter and more. Follow Courtney @…
 
Brett Dolan worked his way up in the broadcasting world through MiLB, eventually cracking the Majors with the Expos and Diamondbacks on a fill-in basis and then the Astros full-time. How did he make it to the majors? Well, we discuss the road this week and how you know you're ready to make that leap.…
 
Well, I've got a soccer broadcast this weekend and it's my first in a decade. How did I prepare? I called one of the better soccer broadcasters right now in Jenn Hildreth and figured out exactly what I'm doing. Want an idea of what to do when you're tackling a new sport to your repertoire? Want to know how to call soccer? This is the episode for yo…
 
Jeff Munn is the voice of ... well ... a lot of things. A PA voice of the Olympics, Fiesta Bowl, World Series and more, Jeff has also called pxp in the NBA, MLB, Alliance of American Football and NCAA. He's also skilled at media relations and wears more hats than you could imagine. All of it provides an awesome perspective on this week's PxPCast.…
 
Greg Wrubell has been around BYU athletics for almost all of his adult life ... and he truly is a standard when it comes to looking at what we do in this field as an art and a craft to be honed. We talk this week about his multi-faceted role at BYU, his prep, constant review and more.By Joel Godett
 
This week on PxPCast we talk about the best ways to help make a television broadcast work as a PxP broadcaster....through the eyes of the other side. ESPN producer/director Dave Tasca sits down with Joel at the LLWS of Softball regionals and talks about his role and how a PxP guy fits into the puzzle of a TV broadcast.…
 
Quint Kessenich is the lead lacrosse analyst for ESPN but in his time with the network he has expanded that role to include sideline reporting and, more recently, play-by-play itself. He gives a great perspective on the craft this week, diving into preparation, teamwork and more.By Joel Godett
 
John Walters always wanted to be in play-by-play, working his way up through television and as the radio voice of the Drake Bulldogs. When he took over for the Cyclones he replaced his longtime friend and mentor who had passed away suddenly. On this episode we talk about he relationship with Pete Taylor, being humble, working in TV and radio simult…
 
Sam Farber is one of the most respected names in PxP in Los Angeles covering high school sports and college athletics across a variety of TV platforms. Sam and I met through broadcasting the CrossFit Games in 2018 after years of knowing his name. On this pod he'll detail his rise through the ranks out west, how he calls a high school game, his prep…
 
Tony Castricone just completed his second season as the voice of a Pac-12 team, years after being laid off from a job and traveling the country playing open mic nights. He talks his journey to the pinnacle of college sports and what makes a great broadcast on this week's pod.By Joel Godett
 
What is a Sod Poodle? Sam Levitt knows...no, seriously, the guy went out onto the prairie this week and met some. You can find it on social media. The AA Padres voice is very active on social media both on and off the air and is super creative in ways he covers his team. We dive into that, his voice, not becoming a doctor and more!…
 
The late Auburn Tigers PxP voice Rod Bramblett lived for his team. His passion oozed through every word he announced. Recently Rod tragically passed away in an automobile accident and many of you have tweeted or emailed that you'd like us to repost the Rod Bramblett episode ... and here it is, Episode 108 with Auburn's Rod Bramblett. He was so enth…
 
Deene Ehlis is one of the deans of Triple-A baseball, having served with the Iowa Cubs since 1990. He's seen everybody from Mark Prior to Kerry Wood and Rod Beck's RV in the parking lot. Deane talks about his career and his approach to calling games throughout his career. We also play some name association with players he's seen throughout his care…
 
So this week's episode needs very little introduction...Kevin Harlan is simply one of the best play-by-play announcers in the business. On this week's episode he breaks down how he calls a football game, a little look into how he prepares a story arc going into a game, big calls about LeBron having no regard for human life and more.…
 
Ben Wagner was my first boss in broadcasting when I worked for the Buffalo Bisons in 2009. Ten years later he's in the Major Leagues. Coincidence? I think not. But seriously, Ben spent more than a decade as one of the most well respected voices in MiLB before he got his break at the Major League level. On this episode we talk about his climb, if he…
 
Harry Donahue is the voice of the Temple Owls, but he's also so much more. A fixture of KYW news radio in Philadelphia for almost four decades, Donahue covered the biggest sports and news in Philly and also served as PxP voice of the USFL's Stars for their two year stint in the city...which in a roundabout way earned him a Hollywood movie credit la…
 
Tom Hart began his career in Minor League Baseball before working his way into television and with the Atlanta Braves. Hart's now the lead voice for college football on Saturday nights for the SEC Network.By Joel Godett
 
Mike Crispino is in his first voice as the voice of the UConn Huskies, but he's no stranger to big time airwaves. A former voice of the New York Knicks and face on MSG Networks for two decades, Crispino is a well known voice around the metro New York market.By Joel Godett
 
For two decades Joe Fisher has been the voice of the Vanderbilt Commodores, but before that he was out of the business and working in PR. He loved the gig, but the 'Dores came calling and the rest is history.By Joel Godett
 
Paul Keels has spent the last two decades as the voice of the Ohio State. A Buckeye state native, Keels has worked in his hometown of Cincinnati for the Bengals and UC along with stints covering Michigan and the Detroit Pistons. Keels talks about his deep pipes, his game prep, calling national finals and more.…
 
Clay Matvick is a second generation broadcaster, following in his father's footsteps as a well known voice in Minnesota ... after first starting out as a dairy farmer (Clay's father, not Clay). He climbed the ranks from radio to TV and eventually to CNN-SI and ESPN.By Joel Godett
 
Robert Lee became a famous name when he didn't call a UVa football game. And that's something we actually don't talk about on the podcast. What we do dive into his his career in broadcasting, climbing the ranks to ESPN and what makes a good show on TV. Follow Robert online @RobertLeePxP.By Joel Godett
 
Rich Waltz spent more than a decade as the TV voice of the Florida Marlins. He now works for various national outlets including MLB Network, CBS Sports Network and others. This week we take a deep dive into the X's and O's of calling baseball on TV.By Joel Godett
 
Karl Ravech is one of ESPN's main baseball play-by-play voices and, in recent years, has branched out into college basketball and other events. He's also well known for his coverage of the Little League World Series.By Joel Godett
 
Ted Leitner has, for 40 years, been the voice of the San Diego Padres on radio. Well traveled from and to the east coast and back he's covered the NFL, NBA, MLB and college athletics. Know for his distinct approach and personalty and his love for "My Padres," Leitner is this week's guest on PxPCast!By Joel Godett
 
Jason Horowitz was first introduced to sports media consumers as a contestant on the second season of ESPN's Dream Job. Since then he's been all over the place, namely in the studio with Westwood One for the NFL and Olympics coverage ... but he's also tackled play-by-play with CBS SN and Big Ten Network. It's one of the more entertaining episodes w…
 
Mike Reis has been the voice of the SIU Salukis since he was, well, in college. Still in school when he called the 1977 College World Series, Reis has never left Carbondale more than four decades later. Beloved across Illinois and the midwest, Reis is one of the best college voices in the country.By Joel Godett
 
Donny Baarns had a huge 2018. The veteran MiLB broadcaster made his MLB debut, filling in for the A's in the fall. For several years he's called spring training games for the A's and currently calls middle innings for the Omaha Storm Chasers. Donny talks about his ascent through the minors, taking a leap of faith in moving to Omaha, making his MLB …
 
The title of this episode is a little misleading. Leah Secondo does indeed work for CBS Sports Network. It's where she and I call women's basketball from time to time. But she does so much else for so many sports in so many chairs and on so many networks. And she's a pioneer when it comes to women in the industry. Follow along on episode #137 with …
 
Brendan Burke is one of the brightest young broadcasters in pro hockey, and he's still only in his mid-30's. Also a voice of hockey on NBC and football on FOX, Burke climbed his way up the ranks before he took over for Howie Rose on Islanders broadcasts.By Joel Godett
 
Anne Marie Anderson didn't start in play-by-play ... actually, she didn't even start her career on-air. A former producer at ESPN and Emmy winner as part of SportsCenter, Anne Marie continued to pursue the next challenge each step of her career. She eventually climbed her way to sideline reporting, analyst work and the play-by-play chair.…
 
Steve Wolf has worked with CBS Sports Network since back in the CSTV days. Originally getting his start as a radio analyst for Xavier men's basketball, Steve worked his way into a larger TV role as he ascended through the business. Steve talks how he got into broadcasting, calling a sport that wasn't in his wheelhouse, how he creates his relationsh…
 
Robert Ford worked his way through the baseball ranks to become the voice of the Houston Astros, reaching the pinnacle of the sport when he broadcast the final out of a World Series win just two seasons ago. Ford dives into why he loves pxp -- specifically baseball play-by-play, and how he's gotten to where he is.…
 
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