Norman Pattiz announced the exploration of the paranormal which will be in new podcast known as the Beyond the Darkness. Norman Pattiz is the Executive Chairman and Founder of PodcastOne which is the largest America’s podcast advertiser network. It is the latest show on WWE featuring Chris Jericho’s podcast network. The show will host entertaining and enlightening conversations with world-renowned experiencers and researchers who will be challenging everything you know about ghosts, angels, aliens, demons, mysteries, monster encounters, and miracles. Hosted by radio host and author Dave Schrader, and radio producer Tim Dennis, new releases will be aired on every Monday on PodcastOne.com.
Norman Pattiz said that Mr. Chris had established himself as one of the creams of the crop of the PodcastOne network. Chris started out with a show known as The Jericho Network collection which talked about wrestling. Under his leadership, he has delivered comedians and now his venturing into the paranormal with the podcast, Beyond the Darkness.
Norman Pattiz is the founder of PodcastOne, and it is one of the America’s leading advertiser-supported podcast network. He is also the founder of Radio Giant Westwood One. His network currently airs more than 200 popular podcasts, including Shaquille O’Neal, Adam Carola, Steve Austin, Dan Patrick, Dr. Drew Barstool Sports, Neil Strauss, Gabrielle Reece, and many more others. Under Norman Pattiz leadership, Westwood One became the United States largest radio network and provider of sports, news, entertainment, traffic, and talks programs to the Broadcast Industry. Westwood One owned and managed NBC Radio Networks, CNN Radio, CBS News, the Mutual Broadcasting System, NCAA Basketball, NFL Football, The Super Bowl, plus March Madness, and both The Winter and Summer Olympic Games.
Mr. Pattiz made Courtside Entertainment Group in 2010, and recently he introduced PodcastOne Sales which is the leader in national podcast sales and marketing. Mr. Pattiz was appointed by President Clinton in 2000 and later reappointed by President Bush to join the Broadcasting Board of Governors of the United States of America in 2002. The Broadcasting Board of Governors oversees all United States nonmilitary podcast services, including Radio Free Europe, Middle East Broadcasting, Radio Liberty, and others. Norman Pattiz was responsible for developing and launching Americas Arabic language television and radio services to all the 22 Arabic-speaking countries in the Middle East plus the Farsi language broadcasting to Iranians and communicating to a weekly audience of over 42 million radio listeners.