Norman Pattiz and Chris Jericho Start a new paranormal show on PodcastOne

Norman Pattiz recently announced that PodcastOne would be airing the newest paranormal show “Beyond the Darkness” by Chris Jericho. Pattiz is the founder and president of PodcastOne, the leading platform for the most popular podcasts under the genres of sports, celebrity, culture, and comedy.

 

Jericho’s new show “Beyond the Darkness.”

 

This new show will be featuring interviews with scientists about supernatural occurrences. Additionally, it will be capturing facts surrounding demons, monster encounters, ghosts, mysteries, miracles, and ghouls. Dave Schrader, a famous radio host and author, will be hosting the show. He will be working together with Tim Dennis, a radio producer. According to Pattiz, all new episodes will be uploaded at the beginning of each week on the podcast website, iTunes, and PodcastOne app.

 

Based on Pattiz’s statement, Jericho contributes significantly to the PodcastOne Network. His company, the Jericho Network Collection, has grown and is producing more shows beyond wrestling. His newest show “Beyond the Darkness” is a great contribution to PodcastOne Network, and it will attract many audiences. Jericho, on the other hand, said he is excited and looks forward making the paranormal show a huge success.

 

Norman Pattiz’s career

 

Norman Pattiz is a broadcasting veteran from the United States. He is also an entrepreneur and chairman of Courtside Entertainment Group. Pattiz is the founder of PodcastOne Sales and PodcastOne. In 1976, he established a broadcasting giant known as Westwood One and served as its director for several years. Westwood One is a radio network headquartered in New York City and was once the most popular radio station in the country under Pattiz’s management. Pattiz is also a basketball fan – he owns an antique Los Angeles Lakers ticket.

 

Pattiz’s board membership

 

In 2001, former President Bill Clinton appointed Norman Pattiz as a key team player in the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG). Retired President George Bush named him again as a member of BBG in 2003. Pattiz also serves in the University of California’s Board of Advisors. He works in close cooperation with other board members in providing strategic directions to the University of California and managing its growth plans. Pattiz seats on the Board of Governors of Lawrence Livermore National Security and Los Alamos National Security, LLC. Pattiz in collaboration with the U.S. government established Alhurra, an Arab-language satellite TV station that broadcasts news, targeting viewers in North Africa and countries in the Middle East.

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