Norman Pattiz, founder and executive chairman of PodcastOne, recently announced that they are launching “Beyond the Darkness.” This new program is the latest offering of Chris Jericho’s podcast network that will explore paranormal and dark side of the world. Jericho, of WWE fame, has a podcast network that is under the aegis of PodcastOne. On this show, the hosts Dave Schrader and radio producer Tim Dennis, will have informative and entertaining discussions with renowned paranormal researchers, unraveling the mysterious netherworld. New episodes will release every Monday and will be available on PodcastOne app and PodcastOne.com.
Pattiz claims that when PodcastOne signed on Chris Jericho’s The Jericho Network Collection under their umbrella, they knew that it had the potential to grow beyond the world of wrestling. During his illustrious career, Jericho worked with comedians and will now take his fans to the paranormal world with as much alacrity. This show has the makings of a popular podcast that will attract a huge number of listeners.
Chris said that he is pleased to announce “Beyond the Darkness” podcast as a part of Jericho Network. He also asserted that the show hosts, Tim Dennis and Dave Schrader, are at the pinnacle of their supernatural broadcasting success. They already have a loyal fan base that trust their findings and believe in their work. Chris also noted that with “Beyond the Darkness,” he hopes to expand his already huge fan base and provide them with deep insights into a variety of other topics.
About Norman Pattiz
Norman Pattiz, famously known as the founder of PodcastOne, is also acknowledged as an inspirational leader. He holds over four decades of experience in radio synchronization and used his knowledge to found Westwood One which became America’s largest radio network of news provider. Westwood One has successfully managed to own and circulate NBC radio networks, CNN radio, CBS News, March Madness, The Super Bowl, Summer and Winter Olympics, and many other celebrated music and talk shows.
Pattiz also established Courtside Entertainment Group in 2010. He also added PodcastOne and PodcastOne Sales, leading national podcast sales and marketing companies to his ventures just recently. In the year 2000, Pattiz was appointed by President Clinton to serve on the United States Broadcasting Board of Governors. In 2002, President Bush reappointed Pattiz to the position. He also contributed to the introduction of Americas Arabic Language Radio and television services, launching the radio and television service in all Middle Eastern countries. He also inaugurated a Farsi language broadcast to Iran with a listener base of over 40 million. Currently, he serves as the chairman of Los Alamos National Security Laboratories as well as the Regent of the University of California.