Norman Pattiz founded PodcastOne with well over forty years of experience in the industry. Due to his efforts they have become the biggest provider of traffic, talk, sports, entertainment and news anywhere in the industry. Pattiz also founded Courtside Entertainment to be able to provide quality programming.
Pattiz saw the need and opportunities in the industry and this is what triggered the launch of PodcastOne in 2012. It was not long before the company became a leader in on-demand programming.
President Clinton and President Bush both appointed Pattiz to be a governor on the Broadcasting Board of America. This board is responsible for all broadcasting services not of a military nature. Pattiz also launched an Arabic service encompassing television and radio as well as broadcasting for the Farsi language.
Pattiz received his membership into the National Radio Hall of Fame in 2009. He has received numerous awards in broadcasting over the course of his career. He has been married quite happily for almost thirty years and lives in Beverly Hills, California.
Norman Pattiz founded Westwood one which quickly became a leader in the broadcasting field. They have managed many different events including the Super Bowl, the Summer and Winter Olympics, NFL Football and the CBS News.
When he introduced Courtside Entertainment in 2010 it was not long before they joined with PodcastOne and became the leader in sales on a national basis. He is a reagent of the University of California and the Chairman for Los Alamos National Security and Lawrence Livermore. Norman Pattiz also serves the Pacific Council and the Foreign Relations Council regarding international relations.
Norman does not believe any day can be considered typical because he is involved in so many different things. He works with technology, advertising sales and the acquisition of talent. He likes to be involved in all the different facets of his field. He believes he has never had to work a bad job and if he had the chance to begin again he would not change anything. He says the key to success in business is to be the first one there each morning and the last one to leave at the end of the day. He also says you have to stay busy, keep the excitement flowing and keep your mind engaged.