Recently, Norman Pattiz announced the release of new ‘Beyond the Darkness’ podcast where the paranormal will be explored. This will be the newest show on Chris Jericho’s podcast network and will come under the umbrella of PodcastOne. PodcastOne is America’s number one podcast network which is advertiser supported. The new ‘Beyond The Darkness’ show will feature entertaining and thrilling conversations with people from the whole world who have experienced, and researchers on paranormal activities inclusive of Ghosts and Ghouls, Demons and Angels, Miracles and mysteries, aliens as well monster encounters.
The show will be hosted by Dave Schrader; author and radio host, alongside Tim Dennis; radio producer and host. It will be released on PodcastOne.com, iTunes, and the PodcastOne app. According to Norman Pattiz, “Chris Jericho has distinguished himself as one of the jewels of the PodcastOne network.” Read more: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/podcastone-chairman-norman-pattiz-announces-launch-of-beyond-the-darkness-newest-jericho-network-program-300381157.html
Norman Pattiz is the founder of PodcastOne and also the founder of Westwood One. Currently, the network umbrellas over 200 podcasts which are among the most popular. These are inclusive of Adam Carolla, Steve Austin, Dan Patrick, Dr. Drew, Gabrielle Reece, Eddie Trunk, Rich Einstein, Jay Mohr, Chris Jericho, Chris Webber, Ross Matthews, The Forbes on PodcastOne just to mention a few.
Norman has had a 40-years’ experience in radio syndication with a stellar track record. In his remarkable portfolio Norman has undertaken several significant roles such as the President of Broadcast Education Association, he also serves as a chairman of the Bora dog governors at Los Alamos National Security, LLC as well as the Livermore National Security at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
In 2002, Norman was also chosen by the then President Clinton and reappointed later in 2002 by President Bush to serve the Broadcasting Board of Governors in the US. The Board is responsible for supervising all the nonmilitary broadcasting services across the United States. In this role, Norman was responsible for launching and conceiving America’s Arabic language television and radio services to the 22 countries in the Middle East.
Norman Pattiz was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame in 2009. He was also awarded by the Library of American Broadcasting with the Giants of Broadcasting Award for his remarkable contributions in the sector.