Recently, Norman Pattiz, the proprietor of PodcastOne announced the introduction of ‘Beyond the Darkness,’ a new podcast. This paranormal podcast would be the latest addition to Chris Jericho’s network. The show will feature educative and enlightening deliberations with experiencers and researchers from different parts of the globe. They will seek to challenge what people think about miracles, ghouls, demons, ghosts, monster encounters and aliens. Dave Schrader, an author and radio host, and Tim Dennis, a radio host and successful producer, will host the show. Every Monday, the PodcastOne app, iTunes and PodcastOne.com will air new episodes.
Norman asserted that Chris was one of the success stories of PodcastOne network. When starting his collection, everyone believed that it would zero in other adventures beyond wrestling. Norman contended that in the past, Chris has delivered comedians and now he is planning to take the masses into the paranormal courtesy of ‘Beyond the Darkness.’
This way, they would command a larger audience base in paranormal broadcasting. Chris was confident that the show would be a success. This information was originally reported on PRNewswire as elaborated in this link http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/podcastone-chairman-norman-pattiz-announces-launch-of-beyond-the-darkness-newest-jericho-network-program-300381157.html
About Norman Pattiz
Under his transformative leadership, the company became the largest radio provider of traffic programming, news, talk, entertainment and sports in the vast American Broadcast industry. The company managed, owned and distributed NCAA basketball, CBS News, and March Madness, CNN radio, NBC radio networks, NFL Football, the Mutual Broadcasting System, the summer and winter Olympic Games and The Super Bowl. Owing to his success, he was able to create Courtside Entertainment Group in 2010. He also started PodcastOne Sales, an outfit that engages in business of marketing and selling of podcasts across the nation.
Norman was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame in 2009. He is also a recipient of the prestigious Giants of Broadcasting Award from the renowned Library of American Broadcasting. Pattiz is a Regent at the esteemed University of California. He is Los Alamos National Security Laboratories and Lawrence Livermore’s chairman. Norman is an active member of the Pacific Council on International Relations and the Council of Foreign Relations. During their respective tenures in office, President Bush and President Clinton appointed Norman to the United States’ Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG). In addition, he is credited for creating and starting Americas Arabic Language television and radio services to all the Middle East countries, including broadcasting in Farsi language to Iran, reaching over 40 million listeners per week.