Norman Pattiz And PodcastOne Release New, Interactive Features To Listeners

New technology was very recently introduced to PodcastOne listeners of the Adam Carolla podcast and has quickly branched out to other podcast hosts. PodcastOne is the first podcast media network to offer a virtual reality experience for its podcast listeners. Mandt VR has teamed up with PodCastOne to bring the listener several new features:


Listeners will be able to watch podcasts with a 360 degree virtual reality viewpoint. It will be as if the listener us sitting in the audience watching the live studio recording.


Listeners will be able to join the conversation in real time, message other audience members, and interact with the host for a more enjoyable experience.


Listeners can enjoy extras such as articles, photos, or build up reward points toward bonus features like discounts on products or accessing exclusive footage. Learn more:


Mandt VR and PodCastOne have already recorded over 1,000 hours of footage from some often more popular podcasts such as: Adam and Drew, Forbes Under 30, Geffen Playhouse Unscripted, Mohr Stories, and Koy Pond to name a few. Mandt VR as well as PodCastOne creator Norman Pattiz are very happy with the new format both stating that they are bringing cutting edge technology to podcasts.


Norman Pattiz is the founder of media giant Westwood One and is a pioneer in the art of media. Pattiz’s Westwood One is responsible for broadcasting some of the biggest media events such as: Summer and Winter Olympics, the Superbowl, NCAA, NBC radio, CBS news, CNN Radio, and March Madness to name a few. Pattiz left Westwood One to start PodCastOne in 2012.


In addition to running PodCastOne, Mr. Pattiz also serves as a regent at a college in California. Previously,Mr. Pattiz was appointed to the federal Broadcasting Board of Governors by Presidents Bush and Clinton. To read more about Mr. Pattiz, please click here.