Last month, Norman Pattiz, PodcastOne’s founder and executive chairman, announced the launching of the new podcast program called “Beyond the Darkness”. This is the newest Jericho Network program concerning the paranormal. The WWE star, Chris Jericho, is over the Jericho Network program, and this program is under the umbrella of PodcastOne.
This program is featuring entertaining and enlightening conversations with experiencers and researchers who are globally well-known. It features vast discussions about angels, demons, ghosts, ghouls, monster encounters, aliens, miracles, and mysteries. Dave Shrader, radio host and author, and Tim Dennis, host and radio producer, will host the show. Additionally, the new episodes will be played on every Monday on the PodcastOne app, PodcastOne.com, and iTunes. More information can be found on www.PodcastOne.com, and [email protected] is the email of contact for advertising on PodcastOne.
PodcastOne, www.PodcastOne.com, is leading advertiser, supported podcast network in the country. Its founder is also the founder of Westwood One, a radio giant. And so far, PodcastOne has hosted over 200 of the most popular podcast of today, including Shaquille O’Neal, Adam Carolla, Terry and Heather Dubrow, Steve Austin, Dan Patrick, Dr. Drew, Barstool Sports, Gabrielle Reece, Neil Strauss, Penn Jillette, Ross Matthew, Eddie Trunk, Chris Jericho, Rich Eisen, TheCHIVE, Jay Mohr, Chris Webber, Malcolm McDowell, Laura Ingraham, the Forbes, and more.
About Norman Pattiz
Having already established Norman Pattiz as the executive chairman and founder of PodcastOne and the founder of Westwood One, he is also the chairman of Launchpad Digital Media. Westwood One is now America’s biggest radio network and provider of sports, news, entertainment, traffic, and talk programming for the broadcast industry. Also, this company managed, distributed, or owned CBS News, CNN radio, NBC radio networks, NFL Football, March Madness, NCAA Basketball, the Mutual Broadcasting System, The Winter Olympics, The Super Bowl, and The Summer Olympics.
His previous experience and achievements are as follows: He created the Courtside Entertainment Group in 2010. He was appointed and reappointed to serve on the US Broadcasting Board of Governors, BBG, in 2000 by President Clinton and in 2002 by President Bush. The BBG oversees all broadcasting services for the US nonmilitary. Also, Pattiz serves as a Regent for the University of California. He also received recognition in 2009 by being inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame, and by being awarded by the Liberty of American Broadcasting for the Giants of Broadcasting Award.