Patrick Norton Biography
Patrick Norton is an American TV personality and a former co-host and managing director of Revision 3 properties Tekzilla, HD Nation, and System. He was born on June 26th, 1970 in Urbana, Illinois, USA.
He is also a former co-host and managing director of The Screen Savers, which is an alternative TV program on the former TechTV network. He has also written many reviews for PC Magazine, CNET, PC World, Computer Power User, and Tech TV. He produced and hosted 188 episodes of DL TV and started using computers in the late CP/M early DOS days. He is known for his ability to answer tough tech questions.
Patrick Norton Age
He was born on June 26th, 1970 in Urbana, Illinois, USA. He is 48 years old as of 2018.
Patrick Norton Net Worth
His net worth is still under review.Patrick Norton
Patrick Norton Wife
He married Sarah in 2004 and they have been together since then. They have two children together.
Patrick Norton Career
In the wake of moving on from school, Norton tried items and composed for PC Magazine, Computer Shopper, and InfoWorld, and dealt with the equipment surveys area of Windows Sources magazine.
In the spring of 2000, ZDTV (later TechTV) named Norton as the co-have (close by Leo Laporte) and overseeing editorial manager of The Screen Savers, a TV program fixated on PCs, new advances, and their adjustments on the planet. Norton stayed in this limit until the spring of 2004.
On March 25, 2004, Comcast’s G4 gaming channel reported a merger with TechTV. This move turned out to be enormously questionable among steadfast aficionados of TechTV. Around May 6, G4 declared the end of 250 representatives from the San Francisco office by July 10, 2004, enabling roughly 80 to 100 workers to change to G4’s principal office in Los Angeles, California on the off chance that they consented to migrate there. Norton remained in San Francisco as opposed to moving to Los Angeles and left the organization.
Norton co-facilitated an Internet videocast with Robert Heron called DL.TV which covers a wide scope of innovation-related themes and is gushed life every Thursday (it was spilled live twice week after week on Tuesdays and Thursdays until scene 189).
Norton has made a huge fan base that is as yet enchanted with his work as an innovation master. He reported on August 2, 2007, that he will never again be the host of DL.TV for a new position and having a tyke in transit in a couple of months. His last appearance as the host of DL. The TV was scene 188.
Norton additionally co-facilitated a week after week digital recording with Jim Louderback, the present CEO for Revision3, called What’s New Now. This digital broadcast is never again being created, the last scene having been delivered May 15, 2007.
Norton composed for ExtremeiPod before the site was brought down in the wake of weight from Apple over the utilization of “iPod”. He additionally ran the equipment surveys area of Windows Sources magazine. Norton cut his specialized teeth on Osborne and Kaypro CP/M frameworks in the mid 1980s.
Norton every so often shows up on the week by week digital broadcast This Week in Tech (a.k.a. Joke) alongside a few other previous individuals from TechTV, including Leo Laporte, Kevin Rose, John C. Dvorak, and his previous DL.TV co-have Robert Heron. He is additionally at present a co-host of This Week in Computer Hardware on the TWIT.TV arrange alongside Sebastian Peak.
Norton was an overseeing editorial manager at Revision3 where he facilitated Systm, HD Nation and Tekzilla. Norton first affirmed his work with Revision3 on TWiT scene 110 at 58:52 (The famous Netcast facilitated by companion Leo Laporte). He declared he would leave Revision3 on Tekzilla’s keep going scene on November 25, 2014.
On January 9, 2015, Norton and previous Tekzilla co-have Shannon Morse propelled a pristine webshow called TekThing, which is a profound successor to Tekzilla. It was declared this show would stop generation as the two hosts proceeded onward to different activities in scene 231 distributed on May 30, 2019.
November 11, 2015, Norton is presented on the “Tried” YouTube channel as their new Senior Technology Correspondent, with his attention being on sound related advances.
Patrick Norton Professional Highlights
- The host of The Screen Savers on TechTV 2000-2004
- The host of DLTV 2005-2007
- Revision 3 Host 2007-2014
- Reviewer for PCMag, Cnet, PC World, CPU, and TechTV.
- Regular guest host on This Week In Tech. A host of This Week in Computer Hardware