A new addition will be added to the long list of podcasts on the PodcastOne network. Norman Pattiz, the company’s founder and Executive Chairman, announced the arrival of Beyond the Darkness. This new show will be added to the already popular network, The Jericho Network. Beyond the Darkness will be rife with entertaining and enlightening conversations with experiences and researches. This new podcast will challenge the listeners’ ideas about angels, demons, mysteries, miracles, ghosts, and ghouls.
PodcastOne was founded by Norman Pattiz and has grown to become the country’s largest podcast network that is supported by advertisers. The podcast network is home to more than 200 of the country’s most popular podcasts, hosted by people like Chris Jericho, Dr. Drew, Shaquille O’Neal, Steve Austin, Dan Patrick, and Adam Carolla.
Beyond the Darkness will be hosted by well-known radio hosts, Dave Schrader and Tim Dennis. New episodes will arrive every week on Monday, available through PodcastOne’s app, their website, and iTunes. Norman Pattiz is thrilled with the newest addition to The Jericho Network, claiming it as one of the jewels of the entire network. He knew Chris Jericho’s network would evolve beyond wrestling and Beyond the Darkness will add the paranormal to the network’s varying show subjects.
Pattiz isn’t the only one who can’t contain his excitement about Beyond the Darkness. Chris Jericho is thrilled to add the show to his network, expanding his fan base and giving his listeners interesting conversations. He knows that the hosts Dennis and Schrader will bring a loyal, massive fan base with them. Chris Jericho can’t wait to both entertain and scare his listeners with Beyond the Darkness.
Norman Pattiz is an American businessman who has made his name in the radio industry. He founded Westwood One in 1976, creating the country’s largest radio network and one of the world’s largest media companies. He has received the Giants of Broadcasting Award issued by the Library of American Broadcasting and was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame in 2009.
He was appointed by two different presidents to a position on the Broadcasting Board of Governors, which oversees all of the country’s non-military broadcast services. He also helped create radio and TV broadcast services to 22 Middle Eastern countries with the BBG’s Middle East Committee. He currently sits on the board of regents for the University of California and for the Oversight Committee of the Department of Energy laboratories.