Norman Pattiz, the Founder of PodcastOne

Norman Pattiz is famous for being both the Founder and the Chairman of PodcastOne. A detailed feature in the month of May 2016 Global Change Makers facilitated the celebrations. The fame of Pattiz allowed the best hits and the most valued key to his media whose objective was to make money.

Norman Pattiz has an experience of over 40 years in radio syndication. This is in addition to being the founder of the Westwood One that, became America’s biggest sports, and news distributor as a result of his leadership. It also offers talks, entertainment and the traffic programming to the Broadcast Company.

Westwood One carried out a full range of duties. They include owning, managing or channeling out NBC radio, CNN radio, CBS News, and the Summer Olympic Games. This is in addition to a wide range of associated music as well as talk shows.

In the year 2010, he not only establish but also launched the Courtship Entertainment Group. This was with the objective of enhancing the production as well as the distribution of high-quality programming. At the end of 2012, PodcastOne was launched by Pattiz. This had to happen upon the identification of the unexploited opportunities specifically in the audio-on-demand industry.

At the moment, there exists a list of famous personalities and brands. Such include Shaquille O’Neal, Dan Patrick, Chris Jericho, Laura Ingraham, Steve Austin, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, Adam Carolla, Larry King, plus WNYC’s Radiolab, Penn Jillette, Heather Dubrow, Freakonomics, Dr. Drew and TheCHIVE, and more than 200 of the presently most popular podcasts.

President Clinton appointed him in the year 2000; then President Bush reappointed him in the year 2002 to work as a member of the Broadcasting Board of Governors of the United States of America. Learn more about Norman Pattiz:

The Board supervises the entire broadcasting services of the U.S. that are nonmilitary. It also consists of Radio Liberty, Radio Free Europe, Middle East Broadcasting, and The Voice of America.

In the year 2009, he joined the National Radio Hall of Fame. Out of this, he earned himself the Giants of Broadcasting Award. The Award emanated from the Library of American Broadcasting.

Norman Pattiz currently serves as the Chairman of the Lawrence Livermore as well as Los Alamos National Security Laboratories.

He is an advisor at the University of California in addition to being a member of the Council on Foreign Relations as well as the Pacific Council on International Relations.