Norman Pattiz Adds Another Podcast To His Already Massive Network

Recently, Norman Pattiz made an announcement on behalf of his company, PodcastOne. As founder and Executive Chairman, he announced the arrival of a new podcast to his already large network, the country’s largest advertiser-supported podcast system.



Beyond the Darkness will be added to the already successful Chris Jericho podcast network, featuring entertaining and knowledgeable conversations with paranormal researchers and experiencers. Beyond the Darkness will challenge everything anyone knows about the paranormal, hosted by well-known Tim Dennis and Dave Schrader. This new creepy, fun, and enlightening podcast will be aired each and every Monday on PodcastOne.com, iTunes, and the PodcastOne app.



Pattiz believes Beyond the Darkness will suit The Jericho Network perfectly, as he knew that Chris Jericho’s success would travel beyond wrestling. With Chris Jericho establishing himself as one of the precious jewels of the company’s network, Pattiz is excited to take his customers into the unknown world of the paranormal. Chris Jericho is also ecstatic about the prospect of the new show. With hosts Schrader and Dennis sitting at the top of the paranormal broadcasting world, they will bring with them a gigantic fanbase who fully support them and their subject matter.



PodcastOne, founded by Norman Pattiz and the country’s largest podcast network company currently airs over 200 of the country’s most popular podcasts. These podcasts include hosts like Penn Jillette, Steve Austin, Adam Corolla, Dr. Drew, Shaquille O’Neal, and Laura Ingraham.



Norman Pattiz is not only the founder of PodcastOne, but also the creator of Courtside Entertainment Group and Westwood One, the country’s largest radio network. He has been inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame and has been an avid supporter of the L.A. Lakers, being a regular season ticket holder for over 3 decades.



Pattiz is also a member at many other organizations, like the University Of California Board Of Regents. He was even appointed by both President Clinton and Bush to the board of the Broadcasting Board of Governors. This board is in-charge of all nonmilitary broadcasting services in the country, including Radio Liberty, Radio Free Europe, and The Voice of America.



This satellite TV channel is sponsored by the government and is run in 22 Middle Eastern countries. Norman Pattiz is also an avid donor to the Democratic Party and sits on the national board of the Israel Policy Forum.

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