The broadcasting industry is one of the largest business sectors in the world. There are many names and companies associated with the broadcasting industry. However, one name that stands out above the rest is Norman Pattiz.

 

Norman Pattiz, to some people, is the father of today’s broadcasting industry. He has been in the industry since the early 1970s. In fact, Mr. Pattiz is the founder of America’s largest broadcasting company in history, Westwood One. He is also the founder and chairman of the newest podcast network, PodCastOne.

 

In fact, PRnewswire.com recently did an article on Norman Pattiz and PodCastOne. The article was discussing the latest addition to the Monday night podcast lineup. This new addition is a show that will discuss the paranormal world. It will include various interviews and stories of people who are well known in the paranormal world. The program is titled, “Beyond the Darkness.” It is being available on the Jericho Network Program. The weekly program will be hosted by Dave Schrader and Tim Dennis. Both men are well known throughout the paranormal world’s followers.

 

Westwood One and PodCastOne are not Mr. Pattiz’ only adventures in the broadcasting industry. In fact, Mr. Pattiz has been in the industry for over forty years. He has held several high powered positions during this career. One of these positions included serving on the Broadcasting Board of Governors of the United States of America. This board oversees all of the nonmiliarty broadcasting services in the United States. He held this position during the terms of two United States Presidents, including Bill Clinton.

 

The Middle East also benefited from Norman Pattiz’ broadcasting experience. Mr. Pattiz organized and launched radio and television services in many of the Middle Eastern nations. This helped to unify the nations and give the entire world a better look at the culture in the Middle East.

 

In 2009, Mr. Pattiz received two of the highest honors that are available in the broadcasting industry. The first award was being inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame. This award was honored in recognition to his outstanding achievements in the industy. The other award he received was The Giants of Broadcasting Award from the Library of American Broadcasting.

Learn more:

http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/president-clinton-names-norman-pattiz-as-member-of-the-broadcasting-board-of-governors-72895702.html

http://www.hsacouncil.org/norman-pattiz/

One Comment

  • Remy Franklin

    A whole lot of experience that Norman Pattiz will gather. I have not seen when a person devote all his time in just one organization. This is contrary to Norman, who has been in the Broadcasting industry for over 40 years, beginning since in the 1970s when even NinjaEssay has never thought of been in the system. This long service in the broadcasting industry will go a long way to help him in his newest found business, podcast.

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