Norman Pattiz Launches “Beyond the Darkness” on Chris Jericho’s Podcast

Norman Pattiz announced that PodcastOne would launch “Beyond the Darkness,” a new program on the Chris Jericho podcast network. Pattiz founded PodcastOne and is the Executive Chairman of the Network. The new show will feature enlightening and engaging conversations about the paranormal with globally-renowned experiencers and researchers on the subject.

 

The program will challenge everything that viewers think they know about angels, demons, ghosts, ghouls, monster encounters, miracles, and mysteries. It will be co-hosted by Dave Schrader, a popular radio host, and Tim Dennis, a producer. The podcast network will release new episodes every Monday on the PodcastOne app, PodcastOne.com, and iTunes.

 

Chris Jericho Podcast

 

Norman Pattiz spoke highly of WWE superstar, Chris Jericho, saying that he is a distinguished member of the network. He added that Jericho had grown The Jericho Network beyond wrestling by delivering comedians and presently the innovative paranormal program “Beyond the Darkness.”

 

Chris Jericho stated that he was stoked to add the new podcast show to his network and revealed that he was creeped out a little. He praised the show’s co-hosts, Schrader and Dennis, saying that they were at the top of their game and are sure to attract a massive fan base to the network. He was confident that the new show would grow beyond the present massive audience of the two co-hosts combined.

 

PodcastOne

 

PodcastOne is a U.S. podcast network that hosts over 200 popular podcasts. These include Chris Jericho, Shaquille O’Neal, Adam Carolla, Neil Strauss, Jay Mohr, Laura Ingraham, TheCHIVE, Steve Austin, Dan Patrick, Dr. Drew, Gabrielle Reece, Penn Jillette, Rich Eisen, Eddie Trunk, Chris Webber, Ross Mathews, Malcom McDowell, and Forbes on PodastOne Network. Today, the PodcastOne network is the biggest advertiser-supported podcast in the United States.

 

Norman Pattiz

 

Norman Pattiz founded Westwood One and grew it into the largest radio network in America. It provides news, talk programming, traffic, entertainment, and sports in the broadcast industry. Westwood One managed, distributed, or owned CBS News, NBC radio networks, CNN Radio, NFL Football, NCAA Basketball, The Super Bowl, plus March Madness, Mutual Broadcasting System, and both the Summer and Winter Olympic Games.

 

In 2000 and 2002, Presidents Bill Clinton and George Bush respectively appointed Pattiz into the U.S. Broadcasting Board of Governors. In 2009, he received a Giants of Broadcasting Award. He is also a National Radio Hall of Famer. Apart from his broadcasting career, Pattiz chairs Los Alamos National Security Laboratories and Lawrence Livermore boards. Moreover, he sits on the boards of Pacific Council on International Relations and Council of Foreign Relations.

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