Norman Pattiz has announced the introduction of new features to the PodcastOne network. They have a new mobile software now. Users can enjoy 360 video recordings of podcasts. The app also lets users communicate with hosts and other listeners. Fans can find interesting articles on the app, discuss various topics online, find their favorite hosts, listen to their favorite shows, and much more. The app is available in the Google Play Store, the Apple App Store, and on the PodcastOne website. Learn more: https://www.discogs.com/artist/3710509-Norman-Pattiz
To create these 360 virtual reality video recordings, Podcast One has teamed up with Mandt VR. There are already over one thousand recordings that can be instantly accessed. Users can now truly immerse themselves in the shows they are watching. New shows are being added every single week. Not only can the 360 video feature be used to record videos and watch them later, but they can be used to watch live recordings if the host so wishes.
Mandt VR installed new technology in each PodcastOne recording studio in order to help this become a reality. However, hosts are not limited to their studios. If they are traveling, they can use mobile equipment to create VR videos. Neil Mandt, the head of Mandt VR, said that Norman Pattiz is a pioneer in the media industry for making this happen. Norman Pattiz pointed out that no other network has this feature yet, and that it can be used to show viewers the host’s point of view.
Norman Pattiz is the founder of PodcastOne. He is also the one who founded Westwood One. Westwood One is the largest broadcasting network in the country, with radio stations that include CBS Radio, CNN Radio, and many other famous names. Norman founded PodcastOne when he realized that the world of podcasts needed the equivalent of a giant network that is Westwood One. Norman also founded Courtside Entertainment Group. He has over forty years of experience in the media and broadcasting industry. PodcastOne is the largest online podcast network in the country, with famous hosts such as Laura Ingraham, Dr. Drew, and Chris Jericho. He was appointed to the Broadcasting Board of Governors of the United States, both by Bill Clinton and later by George W. Bush. Norman Pattiz was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame. The Library of American Broadcasting awarded him with the Giants in Broadcasting Award. He lives in Beverly Hills. Learn more: http://normanpattiz.com/author/npattiz/