Recently, Norman Pattiz unveiled the launch of a new podcast dubbed Beyond the Darkness, which is aimed at exploring paranormal issues. The new show will feature on a podcast network belonging to WWE star Chris Jericho.
What the show will Feature
The new podcast will include not only entertainment but also enlightening talks with globally-renowned experiencers and researchers. In fact, the discussions are intended to challenge what people already know about demons, ghosts, monster encounters, angels, mysteries and even miracles. Additionally, Dave Schrader, radio host and author, will be the official host of the show. New episodes of Beyond the Darkness podcast will be released to the public each Monday on various platforms including iTunes, PodcastOne app and PodcatsOne.com.
During the announcement, Pattiz acknowledged Chris Jericho as one of the experts when it comes to PodcastOne network. Since Jericho began The Jericho Network collection, it has evolved beyond wrestling to feature comedians and now a paranormal show, Beyond the Darkness. Jericho cited that he was a bit creeped out to include the paranormal show to his network. However, he was a bit relaxed with the fact that experts in paranormal broadcasting including Tim Dennis and Dave Schrader would produce and host the show. Both Individuals at the helm of Beyond the Darkness boast of an enormous fanbase who not only believe and trust in them but also their subject matter.
Norman Pattiz is well-renowned as the executive chairman and founder of PodcastOne, which is a leading advertiser-backed podcast network in the US. He is also the brains behind the inception of Westwood One, which is a radio giant. Under the leadership of Norman, Westwood One became the largest radio provider of entertainment, sports, news, talk and traffic programming, especially to the broadcast industry. In fact, Westwood One is acknowledged for owning, managing or distributing CBS News, NFL Football, NBC radio networks, NCAA Basketball, March Madness and many others.
Pattiz is also recognized as the founder of Courtside Entertainment Group. After identifying the untapped opportunities existing in the audio-on-demand industry, he established PodcastOne. Fast Forward, the company later grew into the leading distributor or producer in audio on-demand programming. Currently, the company features a line-up of brands and personalities including Steve Austin, Adam Carolla, Heather Dubrow, Penn Jillette, Laura Ingraham and many others. Additionally, Pattiz has received several awards over the years including the Giants of Broadcasting Award, which he received from the Library of American Broadcasting.