The new podcast “Beyond the Darkness” was recently announced by Norman Pattiz. This show is the newest on Chris Jericho’s (a WWE star) podcast network. The podcast will feature entertaining and enlightening conversations with renowned experiencers and researchers from all over the world. The aim will be to challenge everything people know and believe about angels, demons, ghosts, aliens, ghouls, mysteries, monster encounters, and miracles. Dave Schrader, an author and radio host and Tim Dennis, a radio host and producer will host it. The plan is to release new episodes every Monday on the Podcast One app, iTunes, and PodcastOne.com.
Norman Pattiz said that Chris Jericho has proved to be one of the most distinguished people in the network. He also mentioned that during the start, he knew that the Jericho Network collection would grow beyond wrestling. Jericho has also delivered comedians and will take the team to the paranormal with the new podcast.
Jericho, on the other hand, stated that he was creeped out about the announcement of the new podcast to his network. He acknowledged that Tim Dennis and Dev Schrader are the best when it comes to paranormal broadcasting and will bring a large fan base who believe and trust in them and the subject matter. Chris also said that he fully expects that “Beyond the Darkness” shall grow the already massive audience on his network.
Norman Pattiz is the Executive Chairman and Founder of Podcast One. With more than 40 years’ experience in radio syndication, he founded Westwood One. Under his governance, Westwood One became the largest news, entertainment, sports, traffic, and talk programming in America. Back in 2010, Norman founded and launched the Courtside Entertainment Group for producing and distributing quality programming. After realizing that many opportunities were untapped in the audio industry, he launched Podcast One by the end of 2012. This company became the principal producer and distributor on-demand audio programming. Podcast One today has a lineup for popular personalities and brands such as Steve Austin, Adam Carolla, Heather and Terry Dubrow, Chris Jericho, Gabrielle Reece, Barstool Sports, Rich Eisen, Ross Mathews, Chris Webber, Dan Patrick, Larry King, among others.
Pattiz was also chosen by President Clinton in 2000 and reappointed by President Bush in 2002 to serve on the Governors Broadcasting Board. The board was responsible for overseeing all the non-military broadcasting services in the U.S. including Radio Liberty, The Voice of America, Middles East Broadcasting, Radio Free Europe and others. Norman was also in charge of conceiving and launching television and radio services to all the 22 Middle East countries. He was inducted into the America’s Radio Hall of Fame and won the popular Giants of Broadcasting Award.