PodcastOne Chairman Norman Pattiz recently launched the newest episode on the WWE Chris Jericho’s podcast network, “Beyond the Darkness”. The podcast that falls under the PodcastOne umbrella seeks to entertain and enlighten audiences with prominent researchers. The experts will be involved in challenging the audience on everything they know about monster encounters, aliens, ghouls, angels, miracles, mysteries, demons, and ghosts. Episodes are expected to be released every Monday on PodcastOne.com, and the show will be hosted by radio host and radio producer, Dave Schrader and Tim Dennis known for their massive fan base.
He went ahead to say that the launch of the Jericho network had evolved beyond wrestling and had so far delivered comedians, meaning that Chris had mastered the art of balancing wrestling content with other topics. As such, Norman was confident that Chris would take the audience to the paranormal with “Beyond the Darkness”. To Chris, the episode is just one of those he expects to get a positive response from the audience and is optimistic it will attract a large number of people.
Currently, the network boasts a great following of more than 200 popular lineup of personalities and brands such as Steve Austin, Dr. Drew, NPR Los Angeles, Penn Jillette, Chris Jericho, Malcolm McDowell, Shaquille O’Neal, among others.
Who is Norman Pattiz?
Norman Pattiz is the chairman and founder of Westwood One radio network since 1974, which under his watch, became the largest provider of news, entertainment, sports and traffic programming. In 2013, after recognizing the untapped opportunities that existed in audio, Pattiz launched PodcastOne, a company that quickly became the country’s leader in audio on-demand programming. More to his background in broadcasting, Pattiz serves as the chairman of Los Alamos National Security Laboratories. Also, the PodcastOne CEO is a member of the council of the foreign relations and is a Reagent of the University of California.
Pattiz was in 2002 appointed by President Clinton to serve in the Broadcasting Board of Governors and later reappointed by President Bush in 2002. The board is responsible for overseeing all nonmilitary broadcasting services such as Radio Liberty, Voice of America, among others. In his career, Norman Pattiz has received numerous awards such as Broadcaster of the Year Award, Distinguished Education Service Award, and Freedom of Speech Award.