Norman Pattiz’s Involvement in the Corporate World

By | October 3, 2017

Norman Pattiz has been on the forefront of introducing a new mobile software that is meant to simplify communication between hosts and listeners. The application will make things easier by enhancing 360-degree recordings among other social functions. The app will be made available on Apple’s App Store, Google Play and PodcastOne’s website. Users will get to watch a variety of shows and even contribute to the discussions. One will also gain access to popular articles and photographs that are not available anywhere else on the internet. The software also comes with a new reward system. Members can accumulate points and get extra features for an exchange. The earnings can also be used to get discounts on some products. Learn more:


PodcastOne is also looking to present virtual reality in a more immersive manner. The company has joined hands with Mandt VR in a mission to have more listeners enjoy their recordings. Every week, they will have more content featuring programs such as Forbes Under 30, Geffen Playhouse Unscripted and the Dr. Drew among others. Previously, PodcastOne recording studios in New York, Beverly Hills and Burbank were already installed with the VR technology. It is now easy for hosts record VR footage even when they are not in the studio. This shows the efficiency and simplicity of this app.


Norman Pattiz, the founder of PodcastOne, has had a great contribution in the corporate world. At his company, he has also served as the Chief Executive Officer as well as the Executive Chairman. Prior to that, between August 2010 and June 2016, he was a consultant at the Westwood One Inc., which he founded in 1974. There, he had also served as the Chief Executive Officer. His other involvements include being the president at the Broadcast Education Association, chairman and board member at the Los Alamos National Security at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and chairman of the board at Westwood One. Learn more:


Norman has also served on a national level when he was appointed by both President Clinton and President Bush of the United States of America to the Broadcasting Board of Governors. Since September 2001, the PodcastOne founder has served as the University of California regent as well as a board member of the Regent of Energy Laboratories. He has been recognized for his efforts through many awards such as the Distinguished Education Service Award, the Freedom of Expression Award and has also been the recipient of numerous broadcaster of the year awards.


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