Welcome Aboard Norman Lear

A veteran of the World War II, director, producer, writer plus the creator of such sitcoms as Maude, The Jeffersons, One Day at a Time, Good Times, and All in The Family that revolutionized and defined the American television. Norman Milton Lear brings his boundary-moving and progressive voice to his microphone with a weekly podcast that’s intimate.

 

Announced by the PodcastOne Executive Chairman and founder, Norman Pattiz, all the above with Lear was going to take listeners on an informative, conversation ride, from family to comedy, social, politics, music, current events, etc. Topics were to cover anything and everything that you could imagine, the show was always to feature the unique views of politicians, celebrities, and everyday people. Lear was joined every week by a great friend, composer, an actor and Paul Hipp, the sidekick.

 

Early celebrity guests included America Ferrera, Jerrod Carmichael, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Amy Poehler. Conversation topics ran the extent of the basketball talents of the son of Louis Dreyfus with Julia and Veep, raced in the media with Carmichael, trained for a religion with Poehler and triathlon with Ferrera. The podcast was to debut on 1 May, with new episodes available each Monday on iTunes, PodcastOne.com, and the PodcastOne app. Fans could pre-subscribe. Learn more: https://podcastone.com/About-Us

 

Lear said that he was 95 years old, and he wanted to wait when half of his life over to start a podcast. He continued saying that whatever his age, he always thinks of himself as your peer, it doesn’t matter your age. You should subscribe and find out if you do not agree. Pattiz said that he had known, as well as admired Lear for many years. Having his podcast on their PodcastOne network was gigantic and cool. He concluded by welcoming Lear.

 

Pattiz stays in Beverly Hills with his spouse, Mary Turner Pattiz for almost three decades. On his interview with Ideamensch, Pattiz said that the idea for Podcast One came after he left Westwood One, he was introduced to Kit Gray, a person that was representing podcasts for other people, working out of his Marina Del Rey apartment. It struck him immediately, that was Westwood One for the modern digital world. Pattiz and Kit started their production to the mix. The strategy that has helped him to grow his business is being the last person out during the night and the first person in, in the morning, he stays excited, busy, and engaged. Learn more: https://patch.com/california/across-ca/norman-pattiz-announces-positive-impact-podcast-advertising