Norman Pattiz is the founder of PodcastOne. Pattiz announced that they were launching a new podcast. PodcastOne is one the largest podcast network in America according to an article published by PRNewswire. Norman Pattiz stated that this was the recent show to debut on the podcast network of WWE star known as Chris Jericho. It falls under the umbrella of PodcastOne. The new podcast is known as Beyond the Darkness. It is set to feature compelling and enlightening conversations. Norman Pattiz said that Beyond the Darkness will have famous experiences and researchers. It will challenge all that people think they understand regarding demons, angels, monster encounters, ghouls, aliens, miracles, mysteries, and ghosts.
Beyond the Darkness will be hosted by Dave Schrader who is a radio host and an author and Tim Dennis who works as a radio producer. New episodes of the new podcast will be released to the public each Monday on iTunes, PodcastOne.com, and also the PodcastOne application. Norman Pattiz congratulated Chris Jericho for his efforts towards the Jericho Network Collection. He said that Chris Jericho would take people to the paranormal apart from wrestling. Chris Jericho spoke at the launch of Beyond the Darkness and stated that he was stoked in making the announcement about the launch of the new podcast.
Chris Jericho said that he had a lot of faith in the new hosts of the show. He knew that they would deliver an excellent show. He stated that the new hosts are the leaders of the paranormal world. They carried a massive fanbase with them. Norman Pattiz is termed as an expert in the broadcasting world. He founded Westwood One and led it to become the largest radio network in America. Westwood One became the largest provider of entertainment, sports, news, traffic, and talk programming in the Broadcasting industry. Norman Pattiz started the Courtside Entertainment Group in 2010. He recently created the PodcastOne Sales which is the leader when it comes to national sales and marketing.
Norman Pattiz was appointed to serve on the Broadcasting Board of Governors of the Unites States of America by President Clinton in 2000. Pattiz was reappointed to the same position by President Bush in 2002. Norman is the regent of the University of California. He also serves as the Chairman at the Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos National Security. Norman Pattiz was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame in 2009.