Norman Pattiz, The Founder of PodcastOne Network, announced the launch of “Beyond the Darkness” on Chris Jericho’s channel. It will feature enlightening conversations with some of the world’s greatest researchers and experiencers. They will challenge viewers’ knowledge of demons, aliens, monster encounters, ghost, mysteries, ghouls, angels, and miracles. The show’s hosts will be Tim Dennis and Dave Schrader, two popular radio hosts. New episodes are slated to be released on Mondays on the PodcastOne app, iTunes, and PodcastOne.com.
Norman Pattiz and Chris Jericho’s Views
Pattiz sees Chris as a person who has grown into one of PodcastOne Network’s treasured jewels. He added that when The Jericho Network Collection started, he knew it would grow to include shows beyond wrestling.
PodcastOne, the number one advertiser-supported network in the United States, was founded by Norman Pattiz – its present Executive Chairman. The network prevalently hosts a minimum of 200 popular podcasts. These include Doctor Drew, Eddie Trunk, Malcolm McDowell, Chris Webber, Rich Eisen, Ross Mathews, Penn Jillette, Adam Carolla, Steve Austin, Dan Patrick, Terry and Heather Dubrow, Laura Ingraham, Jay Mohr, Neil Strauss, Gabriel Reece, Shaquille O’Neal, and Barstool Sports.
Norman Pattiz started PodcastOne Network after selling Westwood One. He has over four decades of radio syndication experience and has attained numerous successes in the broadcasting industry. Under his leadership, Westwood One became America’s number one provider of sports, entertainment, traffic programming, and news. It managed, owned or distributed many popular networks including CBS News, CNN Radio, NFL football, NBC Radio Networks, Mutual Broadcasting System, The Super Bowl, NCAA Basketball, Plus March Madness, Summer and Winter Olympic games as well as several syndicated talk shows.
It is in 2000 that Norman Pattiz was appointed by America’s President Clinton to serve on the National Broadcasting Board of Governors. In 2002, he was re-appointed to serve on the board by President George Bush. The board oversees the country’s non-military broadcasting services like Radio Free Europe, Voice of America, and Radio Liberty. Norman Pattiz heads the board of directors of Council on Foreign Relations as well as Pacific Council on International Relations. He is also a recipient of the well-deserved recognition as one of the National Radio Hall of Famers.