Norman Lear is a man of many hats. Being a world war veteran, a creative, award winning director, and a writer, he has become an icon to many people, more so those in the entertainment industry. Now, going with the announcement of PodcastOne founder Norman Pattiz, we are yet to get the best of Norman Lear.
Starting May 1st, Norman Lear is set to take listeners to an entertaining conversation through his podcast that will be available weekly through PodcastOne.com, the app and iTunes. Norman’s new show “All of the Above” will seek to engage its listeners on a list of topics including music, social issues within the society, politics, family dramas, and comedy among others. In addition to Norman Lear, the host, the show will feature a large list of individuals including different politicians, common citizens, and celebrities. Norman will also be joined on set weekly by his friend and composer, Paul Hipp. Learn more: https://www.discogs.com/artist/3710509-Norman-Pattiz
Going by Norman’s reputation and the PodcastOne platform, it is true to say that the show will be a great success. As if this is not enough, Mr. Pattiz when announcing this news released a list of celebrities that will feature in the show as it premiers. Some of the reputable celebrities you should expect to hear from include Jerrod Carmichael, Amy Poehler, America Ferrera and Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Mr. Lear himself was so excited as he termed such a move as one of his dreams come true and promised his listeners nothing short of a peer-to-peer conversation at the same time welcoming them on board.
About Norman Pattiz
Norman Pattiz is one of the most celebrated individuals in the American broadcasting industry. Not only has he helped the industry grow and advance in terms of policy formation but also business wise. Mr. Norman has helped establish two of the most successful companies in the industry; Westwood One, one of America’s biggest radio network provider and PodcastOne, a leading advertiser when it comes to the use of podcast.
As equally important as Mr. Norman has been in business, he has only helped shaped broadcast polices nationally. Norman Pattiz has served two terms on the Broadcasting Board of Governors of America. His first appointment came in 2002 under President Clinton’s government while the second one was in 2009 under President Bush. Mr. Norman remarkable contributions in the broadcast industry have earned a number of awards and recognition including one from the Library of American Broadcasting.