Category: Radio

The New Podcast And Noteworthy Career Of Norman Pattiz

Most people remember the sitcoms that became legends. There was Good Times, One Day at a Time, All in the Family, The Jeffersons, and Maude to name a few. These programs revolutionized television in America. Norman Pattiz remembers this programming and this is the reason for his new and intimate weekly podcast. The podcast will feature Norman Lear, the man responsible for some of America’s most classic programming. The podcast is titled All of the Above and the listeners will be guided by Norman Lear on enlightening conversation, pressing social issues, current political discussions, music, family programming, current events, and of course comedy. Learn more:


The topics discussed will be widely varied on most every possible topic and feature the viewpoints of everyday people, celebrities, and politicians. Paul Hipp will be joining Norman Lear each week as his delightful sidekick and friend. Some of the earliest celebrity guests will be Amy Poehler, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, America Ferrera, and Jerrod Carmichael. The topics will be interesting, insightful, and will grab the attention of the audience. Norman Pattiz has been a fan of Norman Lear for a long time and could not wait to welcome him aboard. For more details regarding the new podcast please visit


Norman Pattiz began the career of a lifetime when he founded PodcastOne. His accomplishments have been featured on Forbes and his experience in radio syndication goes back forty years. His creation of Westwood One brought America news, sports, talk, entertainment, and traffic programming then grew to be the largest provider in America. Norman Pattiz has become renowned for his masterful leadership his gift in broadcasting has made him a legend in the industry. Learn more:


Norman Pattiz wanted to both distribute and produce programming of the highest quality so he launched the Courtside Entertainment Group. Due to his awareness of the rampant opportunities in audio on-demand PodcastOne came about in 2012. He believes in remaining excited, engaged, and busy and his heroes were Steve Ross and Bill Paley. In the past, his advice was to always read the trades because it was so important to know the players in your industry and what was currently happening. He now believes due to the digital shift in the trades everyone thinks they are an expert. He feels this makes it much more difficult to find the information required. Although he is primarily known for his work in broadcasting Norman Pattiz is also an accomplished entrepreneur.