The executive chairman and founder of PodcastOne, Norman Pattiz, recently announced the launch of the newest Jericho Network Program, “Beyond the Darkness.” This podcast is the newest show on the podcast network of WWE star Chris Jericho, which is under the PodcastOne umbrella. The goal of this new podcast is to feature enlightening and entertaining conversations with the most renowned researchers and experiencers, challenging everything that you know and think about demons, mysteries, ghouls, angels, ghosts, aliens, monster encounters, and miracles. Radio producer Tim Dennis and author Dave Schrader will host it and ensure new episodes are released every Monday.
Norman Pattiz said that Chris has ensured he stand out as one of the jewels of the PodcastOne network. When he started it, Pattiz and his team knew it would evolve beyond wrestling. He added that Chris has already delivered comedians and currently take the world into the paranormal with “Beyond the Darkness.”
Chris on his part said he was a little stoked to announce the addition of this new podcast to the Jericho Network. And he added that Dave Schrader and Tim Dennis would be in-charge of the program and that is great news since they have brought with them a massive fan base that trust and believe in not only them but also their subject matter.
About Norman Pattiz
Norman Pattiz is the founder of Westwood One, which, under his able leadership, was one of largest and most influential radio network and provider of news, traffic programming, talk, sports, and entertainment in America’s broadcasting industry. Westwood One owned, managed, or distributed the Mutual Broadcasting System, the Super Bowl, NCAA Basketball, CBS News, NBC radio networks, and CNN radio. Most recently, he created PodcastOne and PodcastOne Sales.
President Clinton appointed Pattiz in 2000 and President Bush reappointed him in 2002 to serve on the Broadcasting Board of Governors of the Unites States of America. This body oversees all nonmilitary broadcasting services including The Voice of America, Radio Liberty, Radio Free Europe, and Middle East Broadcasting. Pattiz was responsible for conceiving Americas Arabic language radio and television services that serve more than 20 countries of the Middle East as well as Farsi language broadcasting that reaches a weekly audience of over 40 million listeners. Other than his broadcasting background, Pattiz serves as a regent of the University of California and the chairman of the Lawrence Livermore as well as Los Alamos National Security Laboratories.