The reports of Norman Lear venturing into radio broadcasting have been the talk of the town for a while now. His anticipated move to PodcatOne was announced to many of his loyal fans on April the 27th by the owner and founder of PodcastOne Mr. Norman Pattiz himself. In his introduction, Mr. Pattiz went ahead to welcome him as a valued addition to some of the firm’s highly rated show hosts.
Coming on to host his very own show, Mr. Norman Lear also shared lightly at the press briefing that he had had to wait for age to catch up with him to biggin his show. As many of those who attended the presentation continued to laugh, he again added on a serious note that, however much he was of the old generation he still exuded the same energy and charisma to make the show one of a kind. He continued to state that he did very much consider himself someone who cut across all generations and that everyone that would tune should consider him their age mates. Learn more: http://normanpattiz.com/
The briefing itself proved to be interesting and captivating making his audience and many other fans wanting to hear more once the show kicked off. Having had a long-lasting career in the television industry, Mr. Lear is expected to bring years of experience accumulated after his great success credited for having revolutionized the entertainment industry in America largely. Some of the shows he produced have lived up over time and are still considered the best sitcoms to have aired on television. These sitcoms are Maunde, Jeffersons, Good Times and last but not least One Day at a Time.
His show will be dubbed All of the Above with Norman Lear will be hosted on a weekly basis every Monday on podcastone.com. The talk show plans to feature celebrities who will give the varied opinions on matters pertain nearly every aspect of the socio-political world, entertainment, sports and anything that would be trending.
Mr. Norman Pattiz is also a remarkable man on his own and has credit for having established Westwood One. As radio network, it is the largest in the United States of America and among the leading broadcasting networks in the world.
He has for many years held some managerial positions and chaired the boards of different institutions. His most significant career opportunity was when he had been nominated to chair the Broadcasting Board of Governors by two retired presidents; George W. Bush and President Clinton.