|Birth Day:||June 26, 1970|
|Birth Place:||Urbana, United States|
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He joined YouTube in September 2006.
On March 25, 2004, Comcast's G4 gaming channel announced a merger with TechTV. This move became hugely controversial among loyal fans of TechTV. Around May 6, G4 announced the termination of 250 employees from the San Francisco office by July 10, 2004, allowing approximately 80 to 100 employees to transition to G4's main office in Los Angeles, California if they agreed to relocate there. Norton chose to stay in San Francisco instead of moving to Los Angeles, and left the company.
Norton co-hosted an Internet videocast with Robert Heron called DL.TV which covers a wide range of technology related topics and is streamed live every Thursday (it was streamed live twice weekly on Tuesdays and Thursdays until episode 189). Norton has created a large fan base that is still delighted with his work as a technology guru. He announced on August 2, 2007 that he will no longer be the host of DL.TV in favor of a new job and having a child on the way in a few months. His last appearance as the host of DL.TV was episode 188.
Norton was a managing editor at Revision3 where he hosted Systm, HD Nation and Tekzilla. Norton first confirmed his employment with Revision3 on TWiT episode 110 at 58:52 (The popular Netcast hosted by friend Leo Laporte). He announced he would be leaving Revision3 on Tekzilla's last episode on November 25, 2014.
On January 9, 2015, Norton and former Tekzilla co-host Shannon Morse launched a brand new webshow called TekThing, which is a spiritual successor to Tekzilla. It was announced this show would stop production as both hosts moved on to other projects in episode 231 published on May 30, 2019.
November 11, 2015, Norton is introduced on the "Tested" YouTube channel as their new Senior Technology Correspondent, with his focus being on audio related technologies.
Norton occasionally appears on the weekly podcast This Week in Tech (a.k.a. TWiT) along with several other former members of TechTV, including Leo Laporte, Kevin Rose, John C. Dvorak, and his former DL.TV co-host Robert Heron. He was also a co-host of This Week in Computer Hardware (TWiCH) on the TWIT.TV network along with Sebastian Peak. TWiCH ended on March 19, 2020.
Currently, Patrick Norton is 52 years, 11 months and 3 days old. Patrick Norton will celebrate 53rd birthday on a Monday 26th of June 2023.
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