The paranormal will be explored in the launch of the new program, beyond the darkness. The Executive Chairman of PodcastOne, Norman Pattiz has announced that the program will be aired on the Chris Jericho’s network under the PodcastOne umbrella.
Beyond the Darkness is a program that will challenge life as we know it. It will explore all the beliefs around ghosts, demons, angels, miracles, ghouls, and the mysteries of life. The program will be hosted by Dave Schrader a radio host and an author and radio host Tim Denis.
Dave and Tim have a huge fanbase who trust their content and having them host the podcast will massively affect the reception of the program. The new podcasts will be released every Monday on the PodcastOne Website, the app, and the iTunes.
The Jericho network has evolved beyond wrestling, and new programs are being added to the network. Aside from the ‘beyond the darkness’ program, there will be an addition of the Raven Effect. This is a new program that will explore different topics including pop-culture, politics, current events, and conspiracies. Chris Levy will be the host of the program.
About Norman Pattiz
Norman Pattiz is the founder and the Executive Chairman of the PodcastOne program. It is the largest advertiser-supported network in the United States. Norman stumbled on the idea of PodcastOne in 2010 while he was still working at the Westwood One.
He discovered an untapped market in the audio-on-demand industry. In 2012, he launched the PodcastOne. In a short period, the network became the leading distributor of the on-demand programming. Today, PodcastOne has a line-up of personalities, and it has over 200 popular podcasts.
Norman is the founder of the Westwood One network. Under his leadership, the network grew to become the largest provider of news, entertainment, and sports in America. The Westwood One network distributed the NBC radio networks, CNN radio and, NFL football.
In 2000, Norman was appointed by former President Bill Clinton to serve on the Broadcasting Board of Governors. In 2002, he was reappointed to the board by President George W Bush. The mandate of the committee was to oversee the U.S non-military broadcasting services.
Norman was responsible for launching America’s first Arabic language television and radio services. The channels aired in all the 22 countries of the Middle East. The network also broadcasted in Farsi language in Iran.