Norman Lear, a legendary producer, and writer of some of the best sitcoms is back on the radio. The man who is thought to have revolutionized American television will be hosting a new show, All of the Above in Norman Pattiz’s PodcastOne network. The show is expected to engage listeners in an exciting conversation ranging from comedy, family, music, current affairs, social issues, and politics. The topics will cover all that you could want to know about the popular celebrities, politicians and any other person.
Norman Lear will be joined by his longtime friend, composer, sidekick and actor, Paul Hipp (http://regents.universityofcalifornia.edu/about/members-and-advisors/bios/norman-pattiz.html). Among the celebrities who will be the first to feature in the show include Jerrod Carmichael, Amy Poehler, America Ferrera, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus. The conversation will include race in the media with Carmichael, religion with Amy, triathlon training with Ferrera and basketball talent with Julia.
The show would be launched on May 1, with new episodes being available on Mondays on iTunes, PodcsatOne app, and PodcastOne.com. Speaking during the announcement, Norman Pattiz stated that he had known Lear for a long time and he is confident that he will mean a great addition to the PodcastOne team.
About Norman Lear
Norman Lear is a celebrated American media personality. The World War II experienced writer, creator, director and producer of renowned sitcoms such as One Day at a Time, All in the Family, The Jeffersons, Good times and Maude among many other that restructured the American television industry. The 95-year-old stated that he would be able to deliver a great show that will fit people of all ages.
Norman Pattiz in Brief
Norman Pattiz is the founding CEO of PodcastOne, a leading producer, and distributor of on-demand programming. He launched the organization in 2012 after recognizing the untapped potential in the audio on-demand sector. Today, PodcastOne boasts of some of the best presenters including Chris Jericho, Larry King, and Dan Patrick among others. Pattiz also founded Westwood One. During his tenure, Westwood One grew to become one of the largest providers of news, entertainment, sports, traffic programming, and entertainment. Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/norman-pattiz
With over 40 years in the radio industry, Norman Pattiz is undoubtedly one of the most sought after radio experts. In 2000 and 2002, Norman Pattiz was appointed by President Clinton and Bush respectively to sit in the United States’ Broadcasting Board of Governors. The board is in charge of all United State’s nonmilitary broadcasting services such as Radio Free Europe, The Voice of America, and Middle East Broadcasting and others.