Norman Pattiz, the founder and executive chair of PodcastOne, has announced the release of a new podcast dubbed “Beyond the Darkness”. PodcastOne is the largest podcast network that is advertiser-supported in America. It will be WWE’s star Chris Jericho’s newest show on his podcast network under the umbrella of PodcastOne. It will feature entertaining and informing discussions with renowned researchers in the world about ghouls, aliens, ghosts, angels, miracles, mysteries, miracles and demons. It will be hosted by Dave Schrader (author and radio host) and Tim Dennis, a host and radio producer. New episodes are expected to be released weekly n Mondays on iTunes, PodcastOne.com and the PodcastOne app.
The Jericho Network Collection
Pattiz stated that Chris Jericho had distinguished himself to being among the PodcastOne network jewels. He went on to say that the network was optimistic that “The Jericho Network” collection would evolve to offer more apart from wrestling. Jericho has in the past brought comedians and has taken the network to the paranormal with the newly launched “Beyond the Darkness”. Chris Jericho on his part said that he was elated to make the announcement of the new addition (Beyond the Darkness) to his network. He appreciated the fact that Tim Dennis and Dave Schrader would bring a huge fan base to the network.
About Norman Pattiz
Pattiz founded Westwood One and under his stewardship it rose to become the largest radio network in America. It provided news, entertainment, sportstraffic and talk programming in the Broadcast industry. Westwood One owned and also distributed CBS News, NBC radio networks, NFL Football, Mutual Broadcasting System, March Madness, NCAA Basketball, the Super Bowl and the summer and winter Olympics. Pattiz in 2010 created the Courtside Entertainment Group as well as PodcastOne Sales (national leader in podcast sales and marketing) and PodcastOne recently.
In 2000, he was appointed by the then president Clinton and his predecessor President Bush reappointed him in 2002 to serve on Broadcasting Board of Governors of the USA. BBG oversees all the nonmilitary broadcasting services in the US that include “Radio Free Europe”, “The Voice of America”, “Middle East Broadcasting” and “Radio Liberty” among others. He conceived and launched Americas Arabic speaking television and radio services to all the 22 Middle East countries and the Farsi language that broadcasted to Iran to an audience of more than 40 million listeners.