Bill Seward is an award-winning member of the staff at KFWB NEWS TALK 980. Seward can be heard during the afternoons on KFWB, where his work earned him several Golden Mikes and multiple “Best Radio Anchor Staff” awards, the top honor presented by the Southern California Sports Broadcasters Association.
Seward was voted “Top Sports Update Anchor” by the Los Angeles Daily News and can be seen on NBC, MSNBC, Universal Sports, and TVG, America’s premier horse racing network.
In addition, Seward has been featured in David Fincher’s “Zodiac” and HBO’s “Recount”, along with appearances on television shows “The Whole Truth”, “No Ordinary Family”, “Medium”, “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia” and several others. Seward is also the host of Sega’s popular video game, “Virtua Fighter 5.”
Seward anchored for ESPN, hosting such shows as “SportsCenter”, “ESPNEWS” and “2Day at the Races”. He was also part of ESPN’s Summer Olympic Games coverage in Los Angeles. While at ESPN, Seward was a regular contributor to ABC’s “World News This Morning.”
Seward began his television career as Sports Director at KVIQ-TV in Eureka, California. After that he worked for KATY-TV in Oxnard, California and WNHT-TV in Concord, New Hampshire before returning to his hometown to become an award-winning sports anchor at KCBS-TV and KNX-AM.
A graduate of Loyola Marymount University, Seward was the youngest head football coach in the nation at Saint Bernard High School in Playa del Rey, California, where he was honored as “Bay Area Coach of the Year.” Seward coached at Saint Bernard and at Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, California, working with several future MLB and NFL players, including Cy Young Award Winner Jack McDowell, All-Star shortstop Royce Clayton and All-Pro linebacker Al Smith.