Norman Pattiz, the founder and principal chairperson of PodcastOne, has publicly confirmed that the new podcast called Beyond the Darkness will delve into the world of paranormal. The new podcast will feature on the Chis Jericho’s Podcast Network. The show will comprise of entertaining and educative conversations with internationally celebrated researchers, disputing everything fans think they know regarding demons, monsters, ghouls, aliens, ghosts, mysteries, and miracles. Renowned radio producer Tim Dennis and established radio host Dave Schrader will serve as the host for the Beyond the Darkness. The show will release new episodes every Monday, which will be available on PodcastOne app, iTunes, and PodcastOne.com.
Norman Pattiz’s remarks
Norman Pattiz commended Chris Jericho for his exceptional record of achievement since he joined PodcastOne Network. He confirmed that Jericho is one of the valuable assets of the PodcastOne network. The management of PodcastOne was sure that Jericho would grow The Jericho Network Collection beyond wrestling. He brought world’s funniest comedians and now he is taking his followers to the arena of Paranormal through the podcast Beyond the Darkness.
Chris Jericho’s declarations
Chris Jericho was delighted to announce the launch of a new program, Beyond the Darkness, in The Jericho Network. He confirmed to his audience that Tim Dennis and Dave Schrader are the best in the industry when it comes to paranormal matters.
About Norman Pattiz
Norman Pattiz is a leading investor in the media and entertainment sector. He launched Westwood One, one of the most trusted radio Network in America, providing news, entertainment, traffic programming, news, and sports to the Broadcast sector. The radio network was in charge of managing and distributing CBS News, Mutual Broadcasting System, March Madness, NBC radio networks, and The Super Bowl. He sat on the Broadcasting Board of Governance (BBG) of the U.S. under both leadership of President Clinton and President Bush.
The BBG is responsible for managing of all the nonmilitary broadcasting services of the United States, such as the Radio Liberty, the Middle East Broadcasting, Radio Free Europe and The Voice of America. Apart from his activities in the broadcasting space, Mr. Pattiz is an advisor to the well-known University of California. Mr. Pattiz serves on the Council on Foreign Relations as well as Pacific Council on International Relations. Mr. Pattiz has bagged prestigious accolades for his accomplishments in the broadcasting sector. The Library of American Broadcasting announced him as the recipient of the Giants of Broadcasting Award.