Norman Lear is a renowned writer, producer, director and creator of famous sitcoms that brought a new dawn and phase to the American Television. His most sought- after creations are One Day at a time, All in the Family, the Jeffersons, Maude and Many others. Norman Pattiz announces the Norman’s Lear podcast that will review comedy, family, social issues, politics and much more. Lear’s podcast was aired on PodCastOne as from April 24, 2017. The show will feature different personality profiles of celebrities. Lear is joined by Paul Hipp to ensure the show is even more successful and it reaches more people around the country. Learn more: http://inspirery.com/norman-pattiz/
The new episodes of the show were available on PodCastOne app, PodCastOne Website, and iTunes. Celebrity guests included Amy Poehler and America Ferrera. Norman Pattiz expresses his admiration of Lear and is seemingly excited about the show
Norman Pattiz is the Chief Executive Officer and founder of PodCastOne. Norman has been in radio syndication for over 40years. He also founded Westwood One, which under his leadership, turned out to be very successful. Westwood One successfully overcame all the odds to become the largest provider of news, sports, entertainment and talk and traffic programming to the Broadcast industry in America. Furthermore, Westwood One distributed to top radio stations a various syndicated music, sports and assorted talks on different issues. The radio stations that were served by Westwood one include: CNN radio, CBS news, NBC Radio Networking and the Mutual Broadcasting system.
For distribution and production of quality programming, Norman Pattiz founded the Courtside Entertainment Group. After the launch of PodCastOne in 2012, its renowned personalities and celebrities were Adam Carolla, Dan Patrick, Chris Jericho, Larry King among many others.
Pattiz has served on the Broadcasting Board of Governors in the United States of America. In 2000, President Bill Clinton appointed him. In 2002, President George Bush re- appointed him to serve on the Broadcasting Board of Governors. The Board is responsible for all the country’s non-military broadcasting services which are Voice of America, Radio Free Europe, and Radio Liberty. His duty on the board was to launch America’s Arabic language in radio and television of all the Middle East countries.
He was awarded the National Radio Hall of Fame and received the Giants of Broadcasting Award from the Library of American Broadcasting. Norman Pattiz resides with his wife, Mary Turner Pattiz, in Beverly Hills.
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