Norman Lear is an American media icon who’s mostly known for his roles in popular sitcoms. Norman starred in shows like The Jefferson’s, One Day at a Time, All in the Family, Maude, and Good Times. His unmistakable voice has seen him land radio jobs. Recently, Norman entered into negotiation talks with PodcastOne to produce a weekly podcast series. The series will cover a plethora of genres, for instance, current affairs, trending social issues, and mainstream politics, and music, comedy, and family matters. The podcast will invite celebrities, artists, political analysts, comedians, and regular Joes to air their unique views and opinions.

 

Celebrities like Jerrod-Carmichael, Amy Poehler, America Ferrera and Julia Louis-Dreyfus have already appeared as guests on Norman’s podcast. The hyped podcast expected to make a debut on the 1st of May. Subscribers can download and stream the podcast at the official website, PodcastOne.com. Speaking after the announcement, Norman Lear urged people of all ages to tune and enjoy the released podcasts. The Founder of PodcastOne, Pattiz went ahead to add how he’d known and admired Norman Lear for many decades. Pattiz dubbed the deal as a ‘totally cool’ progress.

 

Norman Pattiz

 

Mr. Pattiz is the Chairman and Founder of one of the fastest growing podcast platforms, PodcastOne.com. Pattiz is a career media personality having spent most of his adult life working in various capacities in the industry. Norman owns America’s most recognized radio networks, Westwood One. Westwood One has a massive fan base all over the nation. Working with global media houses like CNN Radio, CBS News, NFL Football, the Mutual Broadcasting System, the Super Bowl and March Madness. The legendary investor also owns the Courtside Entertainment Group.

 

Hall of Fame Induction

 

Norman Pattiz gained national recognition when he got appointed by President Clinton and then President Bush to head up the Broadcasting Board of Governors. Pattiz did an outstanding job at Broadcasting Board of Governors. Under his tenure, the BBG was able to disseminate American radio and TV content to over 20 nations, mostly in the Middle East. The shows attracted a viewership of over 40 million people in less than 3 years. It came as no surprise in 2009 when Mr. Pattiz got introduced as the newest National Radio Hall of Famer. Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/norman-pattiz

 

Norman Pattiz talking in an interview had this advice to younger entrepreneurs. Norman believes that to succeed you have to work harder than everyone else around. You ought to be the first to get into the office and the last one to leave in the evening. Read the rest of the candid interview by Norman Pattiz here.

 

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