Norman Pattiz is the Founder and Executive Chairman of PodcastOne. He recently announced the launch of a new podcast named ‘Beyond the Darkness.’ It will be the brand new show on the historic Chris Jericho’s podcast network on PodcastOne.com. It will feature enlightening discussions with renowned researchers and experts challenging on everything we think we know about ghosts, ghouls, demons, angels, mysteries, and miracles. Author and radio host Dave Schrader, and radio producer and host Tim Dennis will be hosting the podcast. New episodes of the show will be released every Monday on PodcastOne app, PodcastOne.com, and iTunes.
Jericho was excited about the announcement of ‘Beyond the Darkness’ to The Jericho Network. According to him, Schrader and co-host Dennis are at the prime of the paranormal broadcasting industry. He strongly believes that they will significantly increase the fan base of the network.
On another note, Pattiz has expressed confidence in Jericho by saying that he knew his network would advance to more than just wrestling. He further praised Jericho and described him as one of the jewels of PodcastOne network. The PodcastOne network list of personalities and brand includes Shaquille O’Neal, Steve ‘Stone Cold’ Austin, Gabrielle Reece, Dr. Drew, and the Forbes just to name a few. The leading advertiser-supported podcast network was founded at the end of 2012. Pattiz is also the founder of Westwood One, America’s largest radio network and a provider of news, entertainment, sports, and traffic programming to the broadcast industry. Before establishing PodcastOne and PodcastOne Sales, Pattiz had created Courtside Entertainment Group. Their aim was to produce and finance multi-platform quality programming.
Moreover, Pattiz has also served on the Broadcasting Board of Governors of the United States of America. His responsibilities entailed formulating and launching American Arabic language radio and TV services to all Middle East countries. He was also in charge of broadcasting Farsi language to over a weekly audience of 40 million listeners in Iran. Currently, he serves as Chairman to the Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos National Security Laboratories. He is also a member of the Pacific Council on International Relations and in the Council on Foreign Relations.