America’s largest podcast, PodcastOne, disclosed their new podcast ‘Beyond the Darkness,’ which is about paranormal mysteries and discussion, with globally recognized paranormal experts and researchers. The Founder and Executive Chairman of PodcastOne, Norman Pattiz, made the announcement regarding the commencement of the show. The show would be broadcasted on the podcast network of WWE star Chris Jericho, under the supervision of PodcastOne. This show involves discovering more about myths and mysteries like monster sightings, ghosts, demons, aliens, ghouls and other sorts of things, with experts that would be entertaining and engaging for its audience and participators. Moreover, the show would be available in episodes on PodcastOne.com every Monday and hosted by author and radio host Dave Schrader and Tim Dennis, who is also a radio producer and host. The audience can also listen to the show on the PodcastOne app by downloading it from iTunes.
Norman Pattiz said that Chris Jericho has proved himself to be a worthy addition to the PodcastOne network and The Jericho Network has gone beyond just wrestling. Chris Jericho has also expressed his excitement over the show and how Time Dennis and Dave Schrader will drive more traffic to the show because they are renowned in paranormal broadcasting.
Norman Pattiz has forty years of experience in radio syndication. Pattiz also founded the Westwood One, which has become America’s biggest provider of news, entertainment, sports, and traffic programming to the Broadcast Industry. Owing to the efforts of Pattiz, WestwoodOne has distributed CBS News during not only both the Winter and Summer Olympic Games, but also The Super Bowl. Before this in 2010, in order to produce and distribute quality programming, Pattiz launched Courtside Entertainment Group. Later, Norman Pattiz launched PodcastOne in 2012 when he recognized the potential of growth in the audio-on-demand industry. Now, the company has become a leader in the audio-on-demand industry and had a lot of celebrities and brands like Dan Patrick, Heather Dubrow, and Larry King.
Before making waves in the broadcast industry, Norman Pattiz was appointed not only by President Bush (2002) but also President Clinton in 2000, prior to that, on the Broadcasting Board of Governors of the United States of America. Other than his interest in this industry, Norman Pattiz is also Chairman of the Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos National Security Laboratories. Furthermore, Pattiz has also been awarded Giants of Broadcasting Award from the Library of American Broadcasting in 2009 and included to the National Radio Hall of Fame.