Norman Pattiz has announced that there will be a new podcast on the PodcastOne network. This podcast will be called All of the Above With Norman Lear. Norman Lear is a well known media figure who has lots of years of experience with hosting shows. For example, he created the sitcoms All In the Family, Good Times, One Day at a Time, and many other famous sitcoms. He is also a writer, producer, and a World War Two veteran. All of the Above With Norman Lear will be co-hosted by Paul Hipp. The podcast will talk about current events in politics and in the world, celebrities, comedy, lifestyle, humor, and a lot more (https://finance.yahoo.com/news/norman-pattiz-announces-hollywoods-legendary-204000537.html). There will be unique perspectives on all these things, especially on politicians and celebrities. There will be various celebrity guests on the show.
Norman Lear is ninety five years old. However, he says that he considers himself your peer, regardless of your age. He says that you should just subscribe and see for yourself whether or not you agree. Pattiz said that he was extremely excited to have this new podcast on the PodcastOne network. Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/norman-pattiz
Norman Pattiz is the founder and CEO of PodcastOne. He has over four decades of experience in media and the broadcasting industry. He also is the one who founded Westwood One. Westwood One is known to be the largest broadcasting network in the nation. It covered all industries, including sports. It managed CNN Radio, NBC Radio, CBS Radio, NFL, ESPN, NCAA, and many of the most famous talk show hosts.
Norman Pattiz is also the founder of Courtside Entertainment Group, which focuses on producing and distributing quality programming. He decided to launch PodcastOne when he realized that the online podcast world needed the equivalent of what Westwood One is in the world of radio. Indeed, that is exactly what it became, with some of the most famous podcast hosts coming on to the PodcastOne network. These hosts include Laura Ingraham, Larry King, Chris Jericho, and Dr. Drew.
Norman Pattiz was chosen by President Bill Clinton, and later by President George W. Bush, to serve on the Broadcasting Board of Governors. This oversees all of the government’s nonmilitary broadcasting networks, including Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty. He was the one who came up with the idea, and then helped launch, America’s Arabic radio network which broadcasts in twenty two countries in the Middle East.