Norman Lear, a venerated World War II veteran, creative producer, writer, and director of many legendary sitcoms has made a high-profile comeback in the entertainment scenes. Lear gained global attention due to sitcoms like Maude, All In The Family, and The Jeffersons that triggered the unprecedented growth of the American Television. This legendary media personality will interact with his many fans across the globe through an interesting weekly post. PodcastOne’s boss, Pattiz, said that Lear would use the All of the Above podcast to take listeners on an educating journey of interesting conversations, from music to politics, current trends, family, and social issues. Learn more: http://normanpattiz.com/author/npattiz/
In every show, Lear will engage in enlightening conversation with politicians, elite, ordinary citizens, and celebrities. Each week, Lear will host the show along with his great friend, a talented composer, and actor, Paul Hipp. The first group of celebrities to appear on the show includes Jerrod Carmichael, America Ferrera, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Amy Poehler. The first podcast debuted on May 1, 2017. Fans have a chance of catching up with new episodes every Monday on PodcastOne’s website, PodcastOne.com, iTunes, and the PodcastOne app.
Norman Pattiz said that Norman Lear had been his friend for many years. He added that his impressive accomplishments have inspired and encouraged him to continue building an empire in the broadcasting sector.
About Norman Pattiz
Norman Pattiz, popularly known as Norm, is the brains behind the modern audio syndication. Under his able management, Westwood One outshined its America-based competitors to become the largest provider of well-researched, written, and broadcasted news, entertainment, talk, sports debate, and traffic updates. Today, he leads PodcastOne that airs a network of over 200 shows that in average generate nearly 400 million advertising opportunities for his business associates on a monthly basis. Both direct advertisers and brands seeking to improve their awareness capitalize on the “relationship of influence,” which exist between PodcastOne’s high-quality content and audiences that demand it.
Norman Pattiz’s wife is Mary Turner; a retired radio personality and chairperson of the Betty Ford Center’s governing board. The couple has two homes, one in Beverly Hills and another one in Santa Barbara. At one point, Pattiz acted as the deputy of Sheriff’s Department located in Los Angeles County. He enjoys participating in philanthropic activities. For many years, the Hamilton High School’s Academy of Music has received lots of support from him. Additionally, the Sheriff’s Youth Foundation enjoys his unwavering support.
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