Paul Amadeus becomes a broadcasting sensation despite his disability

From been told that he had just 72 hours to live to have to spend over 25 years as a fulfilled disabled broadcaster, Paul Amadeus surprises the world to become a broadcasting sensation that is heard on dozens of California stations. He is now an Accessibility Consultant, TV & Radio Personality, Brand Ambassador, Keynote Speaker and MC creating the company “Paul Amadeus Lane Media.”

As someone that wasn’t discouraged and inspired to live his dreams after being involved in a multi-car collision and surviving it, Paul Amadeus attended Academy of Radio and Television Broadcasting in 2006 where he graduated with honors. In 2007, he received his first paid job at CBS Radio KFWB-AM as a news production assistant. While at CBS, he got an additional position, where Paul received the title of Bureau Chief for NBC News Radio, KCAA 1050-AM, in the Inland Empire of Southern California.

Paul has long been a nerdy and a techie. When the month of January 2016 kicked in, he decided to use his love for anything nerdy in his new TECH Zone show. In the TECH show, he discussed technology and its changes in everyday life, games, entertainment, sports, health, and education. This opportunity arose after he had served as a judge for a consumer electronics show. For seven years, Paul broadcast live programs focused on technology and its benefits with respect to the community of people with physical disabilities and their families.

Paul has granted hundreds of celebrity interviews that include some of the most influential people on earth like Gavin Newsom, Chubby Checker, Hill Harper, George Duke, Megan McCain, Tommy Davidson, and many more. Paul Amadeus has a favorite quote which is “Never allow fear of the unknown to prevent you from achieving great things”. Paul Amadeus takes a moment to reflect on his success in the past decade and advice people to stay positive despite the challenges they face.

About Paul Amadeus

Paul Amadeus Lane was involved in a multi-car collision that put him in the hospital for eight months. He went from being told he had 72 hours to live to over 25 years later living a happy, thriving life as a Quadriplegic and confined to a wheelchair. Undeterred by his disability, He has moved ahead to become an Accessibility Consultant, TV & Radio Personality, Brand Ambassador, Keynote Speaker, and MC.

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