Norman Pattiz Announces New Program, Beyond Darkness, On His PodcastOne Network

What if you had the chance to know more about monsters, aliens, ghosts, demons, mysteries, and miracles? Beyond The Darkness, is a show dedicated to venturing into the unexplored world of paranormal activity. The new show will be featuring on WWE star, Chris Jericho’s podcast network, which is under PodcastOne family. Outstanding researchers will share their knowledge on mystic activity while questioning your thinking on what you thought was real and unreal. Hosting the show will be author and host, Dave Schrader, together with author and radio host, Tim Dennis.


Norman Pattiz is the founder and executive chairman of PodcastOne. Norman says Chris has presented himself as a valuable asset to PodcastOne network. Despite wrestling, Chris has brought in comedians and now seeks to walk people through the ghostly realm, Beyond Darkness.


The addition on Beyond Darkness in Chris Jericho’s network is expected to bring with it a huge fan base. The audience on the Jericho Network will continue to increase and as they listen they better grab a teddy bear or two! New episodes will be aired every Monday on PodcastOne.


About PodcastOne


It was established by Norman Pattiz, who is also the founder of Westwood One, the largest provider of news, sports, entertainment, and traffic. PodcastOne currently hosts more than 200 shows, featuring some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry such as Shaquille O’Neal, Steve Austin, and Adam Carolla among others. Driven by Norman, PodcastOne remains the nation’s leading advertiser-supported podcast network, and producer of audio-on-demand programming. PodcastOne workforce has individuals bearing vast knowledge on all things audio.


About Norman Pattiz


Norman Pattiz, who goes by the name Norm, boasts of his vast experience in radio syndication. He has been the CEO of PodcastOne from 2012 until 2016 and now acts as its executive chairman. Norm drove Westwood One to its glory of being America’s largest radio. He was on the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) following appointment by President Clinton in 2000 and being re-appointed by President Bush in 2002. The BBG is responsible for inspecting all US non-military broadcasting stations such as The Voice of America.


Norman Pattiz launched Americas Arabic radio and television services in the Middle East. He is recognized in the National Radio Hall of Fame for his contribution to the radio world. Norman’s strategy that helps him grow is being the first one in, in the morning and the last one out, at night.

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