On newswire in April 2017, Norman Pattiz introduced the man behind celebrated sitcoms that graced many screens. Norman Lear directed and produced the Jefferson, Good times among others. Mr. Lear will be taking part on the weekly podcast with conversations ranging from comedy, music, politics, and current events to social issues. Celebrity guests such as Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Amy Poehler, America Ferrera and Jerrod Carmichael will be taking part in the podcast and also joining him will be his great friend and composer Paul Hipp. The podcast is set to kick off in May with new episodes running every Monday and hosted by podcastone.com. PodcastOne founder and Chairman; Norman Pattiz is ecstatic to be having such a legendary director and producer grace his network. The podcastOne is the nation’s front-runner when it comes to commercial. Norman Pattiz also owns the Radio giant Westwood that hosts more than 200 podcasts such as Adam Carolla, Shaquille O’Neal, and Steve Austin among others.
Pattiz was highly rated by the Forbes magazine for his income generating media. His experience spans over 40 years in radio association. Starting with Courtside Entertainment Group and later on the podcastOne. His accomplishments have seen him chosen by President Clinton and also President Bush who renewed his engagement to serve on the Broadcasting Board of Governors of the U.S. The position of the board is to oversee the nonmilitary broadcasting services.
40 million listeners thanks to Norman Pattiz can access the America’s Arabic language radio and television services that reach out to all 22 countries in the Middle East, including Farsi language broadcasting to Iran. In 2009, he became the National Radio Hall of Fame inductee, also bagging the Giants of Broadcasting Award given to him by the Library of American Broadcasting. He assumes other responsibilities from being a council member of foreign relations and member of the governing board at the University of California. He is also the chairman of the board of governors at Los Alamos National Laboratory and a chairperson at Lawrence Livermore Security. With the various titles up his sleeve, Norman at 74 years of age is unrelenting and continues serving in different capacities. His role models that he highly regards for their contribution in his life, Norman Pattiz and says they are incomparable are people like Bill Paley, Steve Ross, and Dan Miller who was his first boss during his time in media sales.
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