Beyond the Darkness is coming and it is paranormal at its best. Norman Pattiz, the Executive Chairman and founder of PodcastOne will be running Beyond the Darkness. PodcastOne is the biggest podcast network in America supported by advertisers.
There is a lot of excitement about the latest show coming to WWE. This is Chris Jericho’s network and falls under the PodcastOne umbrella.
Beyond the Darkness will be featuring conversations with experiencers and researchers from all over the world. These conversations are expected to be both entertaining and enlightening. The show is going to challenge all the information you have about angels, ghouls, miracles, ghosts, encounters with monsters, demons, mysteries and aliens. Dave Schrader, the well known radio host and author will be hosting the program along with Tim Dennis. New episodes are currently set to release every Monday on iTunes, the PodcastOne application and PodcastOne.com.
According to Norman Pattiz Chris has long since distinguished himself as a jewel for PodcastOne. When the Jericho Network collection first began he was certain it would evolve way past wrestling. Now he is taking another step in the introduction of the paranormal with the airing of Beyond the Darkness.
Chris Jericho has said he is just plain stoked as well as a bit creeped out to be announcing Beyond the Darkness. Tim Dennis and Dave Schrader are both at the top of broadcasting done with a paranormal platform. They each have a rather substantial base of fans who believe in them and have given them their trust. The Jericho Networks audience is expected to grow even larger as Beyond the Darkness comes to life.
Norman Pattiz founded Westwood One which became the biggest radio network in America. This was due to his insights and leadership. They provide entertainment, news, traffic, talk and sports programming to the Broadcast Industry. Norman founded Courtside Entertainment Group in 2010. This was the group he used to announce PodcastOne and PodcastOne sales.
In 2009 Norman was admitted into the National Radio Hall of Fame. He was also the recipient of the Giants of Broadcasting Award at this time. This award was presented by the Library of American Broadcasting. He launched an Arabic television and radio service to the Middle East and a broadcast featuring the Farsi language to Iran. He reached over 40 million listeners.