Norman Pattiz, founder and Chairman of PodcastOne, has given the announcement that Beyond Darkness will be joining the Podcast lineup. This new podcast will be found on Chris Jericho, WWE star, will be found on his current line up. It will explore the concept of ghouls, ghosts, angels, and demons with renowned researchers. The show will seek to challenge what you know about these paranormal phenomenon. David Schrader and Tim Dennis will be the hosts of the new show and are well known in the subject area of the paranormal. New episodes will be available on Mondays through PodCastOne.com, the PodCastOne App, and ITunes.
Chris Jericho has grown the Jericho Network series beyond his familiar territory of wrestling. He has made shows about comedians and much more. Now he brings a show about the paranormal. His channel continues to exceed the original intentions and expectations of the network. This new show will definitely entertain and delight the fans of the paranormal and non fans alike. Beyond Darkness will inspire conversations about the paranormal and challenge known beliefs. PodCastOne continues to offer cutting edge entertainment.
Norman Pattiz has over 40 years of experience in bringing hits to the media. He is the founder of Westwood One, which became the largest provider of everyday programming to the industry. Westwood One was affiliated with or owned NBC radio networks, CBS News, CNN radio, NFL Football, NCAA Basketball, and a wide variety of syndicated music and talk shows. At the end of 2012, Pattiz recognized the growing trend in on-demand media and launched PodcastOne. It quickly became a success, and it showcased such talents as Adam Carolla, Shaquille O’Neal, Larry King, Chris Jericho, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, and Dr. Drew.
In 2000 and 2002, he was elected by both Clinton and Bush to serve on the Broadcasting Board of Governors of the United States of America. This position allowed him to oversee nonmilitary programming services to all 22 countries of the Middle East. His long and distinguished career earned him a place in the National Radio Hall of Fame. In addition to his media career, he serves as a Regent of the University of California.