Norman Pattiz Announces the Appointment of Spike Feresten as New Podcast Host

Jerry Seinfeld and Spike Ferensten

Spike Feresten, a writer known for writing the hilarious "Soup Nazi" episode of the Seinfeld television series, was recently appointed as the host of a podcast called Spike's Car Radio. The announcement was made by PodcastOne Founder and Executive Chairman Norman Pattiz. Devoted Seinfeld fans continue to laugh every time they view the beloved "Soup Nazi" episode in which the chef declares "No soup for you!" to George and Elaine for rubbing his ego in the wrong direction.

In addition to his clever and highly entertaining writing skills, Mr. Feresten has a keen interest in cars. His love for automobiles eventually turned into a job offer as the host of a television series called Car Matchmaker. The weekly Spike's Car Radio podcast takes place at the Malibu Kitchen & Gourmet Country Market located in Malibu, California. The weekly podcast will feature famous celebrities who are frequent visitors to the popular market that also features a restaurant menu.

Actors will enjoy drinking their favorite cups of coffee while permitting the listening audience to take sneak peeks at their personal vehicles. The round table, reminiscent of the King Arthur era, is going to exist as a lively center where celebrities will discuss recent automobile makes and models. Additionally, the podcast guests will counsel listeners about vintage automobiles.

Spike Feresten commented that he had visited Malibu several times in the past to participate in comedy breakfasts with his acquaintances. He said that the podcast provided him with a way to share his enthusiasm for cars and good jokes. He mentioned that he had been having fun as the show's host in addition to the fact that the show had provided him with a way to earn extra money. He said, "I'm getting paid to talk turbo's and woof down eggs."

Norman Pattiz mentioned that June was a great month for the show. He explained that several podcasts were hits with listeners, especially the shows featuring Kaitlyn Bristowe and cast members of the A&E network's Cold Case series. Pattiz mentioned that no further explanation was needed when listeners get to hear Jerry Seinfeld engaged in funny conversations on Spike's Car Radio.

In addition to writing the famous "Soup Nazi" episode on Seinfeld, Spike Feresten has also written skits for Saturday Night Live (SNL), Late Night with David Letterman and was the host of the television broadcast Talkshow with Spike Feresten on the FOX network. Mr. Feresten currently hosts the Car Matchmaker with Spike Feresten television series on NBC. Mr. Feresten is also the co-CEO of Hangar 56 Media, a news company located in Santa Monica, California.

People who are interested in watching the first episode of Spike's Car Radio featuring guest Jerry Seinfeld, can view or download the discussion when they visit Consumers can also download the Apple podcast or the PodcastOne app on their cell phones. The show plans to have Jeremy Piven, Chris Hardwick and Dick Van Dyke as future guests.

The radio show's series owes some of its humor to Jerry Seinfeld. The famous comedian was extremely helpful in developing entertaining segments of the podcast. Jerry is going to appear on the show as a regular guest with his friend Paul Zuckerman. Mr. Zuckerman, an automobile fan, enjoys sharing his lively stories with listeners. An empty chair presides during each podcast. The chair is for the valued listener.

A Brief Biography of Norman Pattiz

Norman Pattiz is an entrepreneur recognized as the founder of Westwood One and PodcastOne. Founder of music and news stations via the radio, Mr. Pattiz is also an avid educator. Norman, or Norm to his friends, was also the President of the Broadcast Education Association. He has been the Director of The Regents Of The University Of California for nearly two decades. In 2009, Norman Pattiz was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame due to his influence in the field of radio broadcasting.

Westwood One was an extremely influential radio network that made huge contributions within a wide array of topics including sports, entertainment and talk radio stations. Guests on his PodCastOne network have included Kathie Lee Gifford, Dr. Drew, Dennis Miller and Steve Austin. Two former U.S. presidents, President Bill Clinton and President George W. Bush, appointed Mr. Pattiz to serve on the prestigious Broadcasting Board of Governors of the United States of America.

The board oversees radio shows across the globe including The Voice of America, Radio Free Europe and Middle East Broadcasting. Thanks to Mr. Pattiz, people residing in the Middle East have unique opportunities to listen to American radio shows in the Arabic and Farsi languages. These radio broadcasts are heard by more than 40 million listeners residing in 22 different countries.

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