“I have known and admired Norman for a very long time. Having his podcast on our PodcastOne network is gigantic, not to mention totally cool. From one Norman to another, ‘Welcome aboard,'” said Norman Pattiz, PodcastOne Founder and Executive Chairman, regarding Norman Lear joining PodcastOne as a personality.
It was announced on April 24th of this year that the World War II veteran of many talents would be joining PodcastOne and forming the show All of the Above with Norman Lear. Debuting on May 1st, All of the Above with Norman Lear has been continuing to this day with a brand new episode being uploaded every Monday. The topics of the show always vary between episodes and offer different perspectives on issues courtesy of politicians, celebrities, and even average folks.
“Circling 95, I wanted to wait until half my life was over to launch a podcast. Whatever my age, I think of myself as your peer — whatever your age. Subscribe, and see if you don’t agree,” said Norman Lear when asked about the idea behind his show.
For more information regarding the show, follow this link: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/norman-pattiz-announces-hollywoods-legendary-204000537.html
Norman Pattiz, as mentioned before, is the Founder and Executive Chairman of PodcastOne, but it hasn’t been his only gig in life. He’s also the Founder of Westwood One which is currently the largest provider of America’s entertainment, sports, news, traffic, and other such subjects for broadcasting. Pattiz has also been the Founder of the Courtside Entertainment Group which would lead him to founding PodcastOne in 2012. In addition to all of this, Patti was appointed by both former Presidents Clint and then Bush to serve on the Broadcasting Board of Governors of the United States of America where he would be the one to create America’s Arabic Language radio and television services that would be broadcast to all of the countries within the Middle East. For all his work and accomplishments in the field, Pattiz was awarded the Giants of Broadcasting Award from the Library of American Broadcasting and also inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame.