If you are into podcasts there is no doubt you have run across PodcastOne. This is considered America’s largest advertiser supported podcast network and they keep coming up with more podcast networks and hits. Norman Pattiz is the founder and chairman of PodcastOne. Recently he announced that a new series was coming to Chris Jericho’s podcast network, Beyond The Darkness. Chris Jericho has made a name for himself as a success story with the wrestling podcast and they don’t expect him to stop shining. During this podcast, they will investigate the paranormal and anything to do with ghosts, goblins, mysteries, miracles and really anything out of the ordinary. The show will showcase experienced researchers from around the world giving their input and telling stories that are guaranteed to challenge and scare you.
The show will be host be by Dave Schrader and Tim Dennis who have a significant experience in the podcast and radio industry. They are heavily followed and will definitely draw a crowd to this new podcast with their amazing storytelling. The experience that they bring dealing with paranormal activity and background will give an enriching experience for the listener.
PodcaseOne has grown significantly through about 200 podcasts, ranging from sports athletes such as Shaquille Oneal, Steve Austin to comedians like Adam Carolla to Rich Eisen and Dr. Drew, just to mention a few. Norman Pattiz has built a huge conglomerate stemming from, Westwood One, which he founded in 1974. He has been appointed on multiple occasion by President Clinton and President Bush to the Broadcasting Board of Governors. This board helps with nonmilitary type broadcasting in many countries including Middle Eastern. In addition to broadcasting, Norman Pattiz is a Regent of the University of California.
Norman Pattiz entered into the National Radio Hall of Fame. He was also awarded the Giants of Broadcasting Award. His work shows his passion for radio and spreading the news. He loves what he does and ensures he is part of the process and hands on with the programming and content. His work ethic still is unsurpassed at the age of 73. The passion and dreams that he has had and accomplished make him a great asset to the people that love media.