Norman Pattiz, the executive chairman of PodcastOne, recently announced the launch of a new podcast, Beyond the Darkness, which will focus on exploring the paranormal. The show will feature on Chris Jericho’s podcast network. The show will be very entertaining and informative with the participation of famous researchers and people who have had paranormal experiences. The conversations will revolve around ghosts, aliens, demons, angels, miracles, monsters and mysteries among other paranormal activities.
Norman Pattiz was very impressed with the growth and evolution of Chris Jericho’s podcast network and says that he never disappoints. The WWE star started out with wrestling on his podcast program but later introduced comedy and now the paranormal. Norman is confident that Chris will deliver beyond subscribers’ expectations. Beyond the Darkness will be hosted by Dave Schrader, a radio host and writer, and Tim Dennis, a radio host and producer. They are both very talented and are expected to make the show very lively and engaging.
Apart from Chris Jericho, PodcastOne features many other popular radio personalities including Dan Patrick, Penn Jillette and Adam Carolla among others. This makes it very popular all over the world. With the launch of Beyond the Darkness, PodcastOne is expected to attract even more subscribers. People are looking forward to the debut of the show and have been anxiously waiting for it. Norman Pattiz’s foresight and excellent strategies are what have enabled him to stay relevant in the broadcasting industry for such a long time. According to him, it is all about how one implements the great ideas they come up with.
About Norman Pattiz
Norman Pattiz is the founder and chairman of PodcastOne, one of the largest podcast networks in America. He also founded Westwood One which grew tremendously under his leadership and is now one of the largest radio networks in America. He has worked in the broadcasting industry for more than 40 years and therefore has extensive experience and expertise in the industry. He was a member of the U.S. Broadcasting Board of Governors during the terms of President Clinton and President Bush. The Liberty of American Broadcasting presented him with the Giants of Broadcasting Award in 2009 for his excellent work in the broadcasting industry.