Norman Pattiz has been an executive chairman at the Podcast. He is a writer, a producer, a world war veteran, and a director. He created legendary sitcoms like Good Times, One Day At Time, Maude, The Jeffersons, and much more. The creations have revolutionized the American television industry. Norman brings his enlightened voice to the microphone with the weekly podcast. ‘All of the above with Norman Lear’ is going to take listeners on a cruise of conversation in politics, family, music, comedy, and current events. Topics will cover everything. The show will feature celebrities, politicians, and everyday Americans.

Norman will be joined by his friend Paul Hip who is an actor and a composer. Amy Poehler, Julia Louis- Dreyfus, Jerrod Carmichael, and America Ferrera are some of the first celebrities. The podcast will debut in May. New episodes will be available at podcastone.com every Monday, the podcast one app, and on iTunes. Fans can subscribe as early as now in order to get the latest news and updates. Learn more: https://www.discogs.com/artist/3710509-Norman-Pattiz

Mr. Pattiz led Emeritus Radio giant West Wood One to become the largest radio network and provider of news, entertainment, talk, sports, and traffic programming in America. The radio houses high profile personalities like Ron Paul, Dr. Drew Pinsky, and Bill O’Reilly. Pattiz untapped opportunities in the audio on demand industry by starting the PodcastOne in 2013. The company became the leader in audio on demand programming very fast.

Pattiz was appointed by former President Clinton to serve on the broadcasting board of governors of the united states of America in 2000. He was also responsible for founding and launching America’s Arabic language radio and television services to countries in the middle east . They reach more than 40 million listeners weekly.

Norman said that he got the idea of the podcast when he worked for Kit Gray. Kit was representing other people’s podcasts by then. Kit and Norman started adding their production work to the mix. Norman’s heroes include Dan Miller, Bill Paley, and Steve Ross who was his first boss in media sales.

Norman received the Giants of Broadcasting Award from the Library of American Broadcasting in 2009. Norman serves as the chairman of the Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos National Security Laboratories. He is a dedicated member of the council of foreign relations and the Pacific Council on international relations. Pattiz is also a regent of the University of California. Learn more: http://normanpattiz.com/author/npattiz/

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