Norman Pattiz, the founder of PodcastOne Network, announced that a new show by Norman Lear would air on his network. The new show, “All of the Above,” will feature educational conversations on a wide range of topics, including comedy, current events, social issues, politics, music and family. All of the Above will involve perspectives of celebrities, including Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jerrod Carmichael and America Ferrera. Norman Lear, almost 95, is a Hollywood legendary producer, writer, creator and director. He is also a World War II veteran. Lear is the brain behind outstanding sitcoms like Good Times, The Jeffersons, All in The Family, One Day at a Time, and Maude.
Norman’s broad portfolio has revolutionized the American Television. He is credited for producing over 100 shows. Norman Lear is also the founder of People for the American Way, a 300,000-member liberal advocacy group. President Clinton presented him with the National Medal of Arts. All of the Above will premiere on 1st May. New episodes will be uploaded on PoscastOne.com, the PodcastOne app and iTunes every Monday. Norman Pattiz said that he was honored to work with Lear, a man he has known and admired for long. PodcastOne is a leading advertiser-supported podcast network that hosts more than 200 of today’s most popular podcasts. Some of these notable podcasts include Gabrielle Reece, Shaquille O’Neal, Eddie Trunk, Dr. Drew, Jay Mohr, and Laura Ingraham. This information was originally reported on Finance Yahoo as provided in the following link. Learn more: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/norman-pattiz-announces-hollywoods-legendary-204000537.html
About Norman Pattiz
Norman Pattiz, who also serves as executive chairman of PodcastOne.com, has a rich background in radio syndication. His experience of over four decades in the field has seen him attain tremendous success, which has been celebrated and admired in equal measures. Norman was featured on Forbes magazine’s Global Change Makers in the May 2016 issue. He founded the legendary Westwood One, which under his guidance, has emerged as America’s top provider of news, talk, traffic, sports and entertainment programming. The company provides its services to the broadcast industry. Westwood One has owned, controlled or distributed CBS News, CNN radio, NCAA Basketball, March Madness and The Super Bowl.
Norman is also the founder of Courtside Entertainment Group, which was launched in 2010. The visionary leader served twice on the Broadcasting Board of Governors of the United States of America. Norman Pattiz is a 2010 inductee of the National Radio Hall of Fame. He holds the Giants of Broadcasting Award by the Library of American Broadcasting. Besides his involvements in the world of broadcasting, Norman works as chairman of the Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos National Security Laboratories. He is also a member of the Pacific Council on International Relations and Council of Foreign Relations.