Media broadcasting has come a long way and taken the direct input of millions of people around the world. One of these people is Norman Pattiz, an accomplished media mogul. Norman Pattiz’s input has been so immense by far that he is already recognized in the National Radio Hall of Fame, and he is still helping turn the wheels of the vast industry.
Who is Norman Pattiz?
Away from work, Norman Pattiz is a cherished husband and loving father. He has been married for over 30 years to his wife, Dr. Mary Turner Pattiz. He is a hard worker, but he is very sentimental about his quality time with his family and friends.
At work, Norman Pattiz is a dedicated professional firmly set on improving contemporary media broadcasting. He has dedicated over 40 years of experience to the media industry, and his hard work has enabled him realize great achievements. Over that period, Pattiz has worked in both public and private sectors of the industry. For instance, he has served in the government as a member of the Broadcasting Board of Governors of the United States of America. He has also founded and headed several private media companies.
A Vibrant Career
Norman Pattiz has enjoyed a long and vibrant career that is still developing. All of his companies have been successful and are among the most notable media companies today. For instance, Pattiz recently founded PodcastOne, a highly successful audio-on-demand media company. PodcastOne in its short period in the industry, PodcastOne has already registered numerous podcast brands, both big and small. For instance, it currently works with major names such as Dr. Drew and Larry King. He is also the founder of Westwood One, which reaches millions of people in the U.S. and covers everything from news to entertainment and sports.
Norman Pattiz’s most impactful input was when working for the U.S. government in diverse positions. For instance, he has served under both President Bill Clinton and President George Bush as a member of the Broadcasting Board of Governors of the United States of America. During his time in the board, Pattiz was responsible for enhancing media access for Arabs in the U.S. as well as the Middle East. For instance, he helped improve the nation’s Arabic Radio. He also improved broadcasting in Farsi language in Iran to the point where it reached over 40 million listeners.
Norman Pattiz’s success and achievements have earned him several recognitions including a spot in the National Radio Hall of Fame as well as a Giants of Broadcasting Award.