Norman Pattiz and his PodcastOne Network Release “Beyond the Darkness.”

Norman Pattiz is the proprietor and chairperson of the PodcastOne. He recently revealed that his broadcasting firm would be launching a podcast that will be known as Beyond the Darkness. It will be distributed through a network that is managed by Chris Jericho, who has been known for being a WWE star. The program is planned to be entertaining, and its conversations will be informative. It will be featuring researchers who will be debating about people’s beliefs on superstitions such as angels, ghost, aliens, demons, ghouls, monsters, miracles, and myths. Renowned radio presenters Dave Schrader and Time Dennis will be the hosts of the podcast. Schrader is also an author while Dennis is a radio producer. PodcastOne will be releasing the show’s episodes on Mondays, and they will be available on iTunes, PodcastOne.com, and the PodcastOne app.

 

Mr. Pattiz believes that Chris Jericho has been significant in the growth of the PodcastOne network. He has successfully grown the Jericho Network Collection from focusing on wrestling to hosting comedians and now a paranormal show, Beyond the Darkness. Jericho hopes that the listeners of the podcast will be entertained and thrilled by the frightening topic that will be discussed. He also anticipates attracting a huge audience. The progress of www.PodcastOne.com has always been supported by advertisers, and it is currently running more than 200 podcasts.

 

Norman Pattiz is a distinguished individual in the radio broadcasting sector. He is also the founder and owner of the Westwood One radio, which is a leading radio station in the United States. It has been airing content about news, talk, entertainment, sports, and traffic. Westwood One has also controlled shows on CNN Radio, Mutual Broadcasting System, NBC Radio, CBS News, and various national sports in the U.S. Another company that Norman runs is the Courtside Entertainment Group, and he established it in 2010.

 

The radio entrepreneur has had a successful career. He served on the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) as from 2000 when he was appointed ‘by President Bill Clinton and President George .W. Bush also offered him the opportunity in 2002. The BBG manages any radio broadcasting in the U.S that does not belong to the military. Norman was a significant participant in the creation of various American Arabic radio stations that have been set up in the Middle East. He is currently serving the National Security Laboratories as its chairperson of the Los Alamos and Lawrence Livermore bases.