In December of 2016, the founder and Executive Chairman of PodCastOne, Norman Pattiz, announced the arrival of a new podcast, Beyond the Darkness. Pattiz made the announcement on behalf of PodcastOne, the nation’s largest advertiser-supported podcast network. Beyond the Darkness will add the company’s already massive inventory of podcasts.
Beyond the Darkness will be a new addition to WWE star Chris Jericho’s podcast network. This podcast will feature entertaining and informative conversations with experts in the area, including researchers and experiencers of the paranormal. The podcast is meant to challenge everything anyone has ever known about ghosts, angels, demons, aliens, monster encounters, miracles, and mysteries.
The new podcast will air on Mondays on the PodcastOne app, iTunes, and PodcastOne.com. It will be hosted radio producer and host Tim Dennis and radio host and author Dave Schrader. Founder Norman Pattiz is thrilled to add Beyond the Darkness to The Jericho Network collection, which as delivered more than just wrestling to its listeners. As one of the jewels of the podcast network, The Jericho Network collection has evolved into something much more.
Norman Pattiz isn’t the only one excited about the new podcast. Chris Jericho is also excited to add Beyond the Darkness to his network. He expects the new podcast to bring PodcastOne a whole new massive fanbase, with the help of Beyond the Darkness‘ expert hosts.
PodcastOne, the country’s largest podcast network, was founded by Norman Pattiz, whom also founded radio-giant Westwood One. PodcastOne hosts over 200 of the most popular podcasts from popular hosts like Steve Austin, Penn Jillette, Adam Corolla, and Shaquille O’Neal.
Norman Pattiz is the founder of Westwood One, which under his leadership has become the country’s largest radio network. He was appointed by Presidents Clinton and Bush to sit on the Broadcasting Board of Governors, helping to oversee all nonmilitary broadcasting services. He founded an America-based satellite TV channel that broadcasts in 22 different countries across the Middle East, called Alhurra.
Pattiz chairs the Board of Governors for Los Alamos National Security, LLC and Lawrence Livermore National Security, LLC. He created Courtside Entertainment Group in 2010, which creates and funds multi-platform programming for broadcast and online distribution. Norman Pattiz is also a prominent donor to the Democratic Party and sits on the national board of the Israel Policy Forum due to his Jewish descent.