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Norman Pattiz’s PodcastOne Introduces “All of the Above” New Show Hosted By Norman Lear

Norman Pattiz has announced the later induction of Norman Lear into the PodcastOne Television. Norman Pattiz is a successful American Entrepreneur, born in 1943. Norman is the founder of PodcastOne and radio Westwood One. Besides, he is an active member of National Radio Hall of Fame.

Norman Pattiz acknowledged Lear’s induction to engage the listeners in various programs that include comedy, politics, current affairs, social issues, and music among others. All of the above with Norman Lear show will precisely feature politicians and celebrities. Norman Lear will work with his co-host Paul Hipp, a renowned actor and friend to Lear.

Early celebrities to the show include Julia Louis-Dreyfus, America Ferrera, Jerrod Carmichael, and Amy Poehler. The show with Louis will explicitly cover basketball as a sport together with top talents. The show with Ferrera will focus on training for the triathlon (https://ideamensch.com/norman-pattiz/). Another show with Carmichael will discuss all issues that surround media race while religion will dominate in Poehler’s show. Norman Lear is a multi-talented television presenter with impressive skills in producing, writing, creating and developing shows. He managed to set up a liberal advocacy group with 300,000 members.

Norman Pattiz first established Westwood One in 1976. This radio syndication company later became one of the largest media company in the United States of America. Westwood primarily offers radio network services to its clients. In 2001, Norman Pattiz served at California University board of regents and is now the chair person at Regents Oversight Committee working in the energy department. Moreover, he chairs Lawrence Livermore board of director. Earlier in his career, Norman equally served as the president at Broadcast Education Association. He is equally a member of the Pacific Council on International policy and the council of foreign relations.

Norman Pattiz served at Broadcasting Board of Governors through President Clinton’s appointment. In 2002, President Bush re-appointed him to chair the committee of Broadcasting Board of Governors in the Middle East. While serving in this capacity, Norman managed to develop Arabic language television and radio broadcast that served over 22 Middle Eastern countries.

Norman Pattiz joined National Radio Hall of Fame through induction in 2009. Norman was heavily awarded by the Library of American Broadcasting for his competence and exemplary skills. Norman Pattiz also serves as the chief executive officer at courtside Entertainment Group. Norman founded this group in 2010. In 2012, he established Launchpad which was later branded to PodcastOne in 2013. Learn more: https://www.facebook.com/normanpattiz