Norman Pattiz recently announced that a new podcast that is known as Beyond the Darkness would be coming to PodcastOne. The podcast will feature people who have experienced paranormal events such as aliens, monsters, angels, ghosts, and demons. It will be the newest addition to the network of WWE Star Chris Jericho.
Beyond the Darkness will be hosted by Tim Dennis and Dave Schrader who have worked in the radio industry for several years. New episodes of the podcast will be available at the start of each week on the PodcastOne channels and iTunes.
According to Crunchbase, Norman Pattiz said that Jericho had been able to distinguish himself as a gem to the company for his excellence in the business. He added that he knew the network would eventually evolve beyond wrestling since it also includes comedy today.
Jericho was excited to announce the addition of the podcast to his network and teased fans about its subject content. Jericho expressed his confidence in the ability of the hosts to grow their expanding fan base even more.
PodcastOne hosts hundreds of podcasts and some of the most popular ones in the nation. Some of the public figures and brands that are hosted on the network include NPR, Neil Strauss, Shaquille O’Neal, Steve Austin, and Adam Carolla. PodcastOne is the largest podcast network supported by advertising in the United States. Norman Pattiz is the founder of Westwood One. He served as its CEO until 1994 when he was appointed a chair.
He is credited for growing it into the largest radio network and content provider while he was its CEO. Pattiz decided to open a content creating company known as Courtside Entertainment Group in 2010. He observed that there was a niche for on-demand audio content and that was when he started PodcastOne a few years later.
Norman Pattiz was picked by President Clinton and President Bush to serve on the Broadcasting Board of Governors of the United States of America. The board manages all the non-military broadcasting of the United States overseas. Some of the stations that they oversee include BBG radio, Radio Liberty, Radio Free Europe, and the Voice of America. Learn more about Norman Pattiz: http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2015/09/24/norm-pattizs-podcasting-bet-paying-off/72693896/
Pattiz was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame in 2009 for his contributions to the radio industry. Pattiz is often invited to speak at events and conferences such as the Dash Conference. The events bring radio broadcasters together. Pattiz has been a regent of the University of California since his appointment in 2001.