Norman Pattiz, a celebrated American broadcasting entrepreneur, announced the launch of “Beyond The Darkness,” in December 2016. The paranormal show would kick start on Podcast network of the WWE superstar, Chris Jericho under “The Chris Jericho Network.” The show series features enlightening and entertaining discussions about paranormal activities with world famous researchers and experiencers, challenging everything about the conventional concepts of demons, angels, ghosts, mysteries ghouls, aliens, monster encounters, and miracles. The show is hosted by radio producer and host Tim Dennis and author and radio host, Dave Schrader. The viewers can access the new episodes and releases from PodcastOne.com, iTunes, and PodcastOne app.
“I’m very thrilled to announce the addition of the ‘Beyond the Darkness‘ podcast to The Jericho Network. Both Dave Schrader and Tim Dennis will take the paranormal broadcasting to the next level,” stated Jericho. “I completely believe that Beyond the Darkness would scare and crap out the audience, and grow their massive audience they already have on The Jericho Network.”
Norman is a person who believes in the value of hard work. In a detailed feature by Forbes Magazine on Norman Pattiz, praised his celebrity enriched greatest hits and his money-making media company in May 2016. In addition to PodcatOne, he also founded Westwood One, a radio syndication company in 1976. Under his guidance and leadership, Westwood One became America’s largest radio network and earned a big name among world’s leading media companies. Mr. Pattiz has over 40 years of radio syndication experience. Identifying the untapped opportunities in the audio-on-demand industry, Mr. Pattiz founded Courtside Entertainment Group that produces high-quality programming in the radio industry.
In 2012, Mr. Norm launched PodcastOne. The company displayed a rapid growth in quick time and became the leading producer and distributor of the audio-on-demand program in the United States. PodcastOne hosted more than 200 podcasts, by including popular personalities and brands like, Adam Carolla, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Shaquille O’Neal, Larry Kin, Heather Dubrow, PFT Commenter, Vince Russo, Bret Easton Ellis, Freakonomics, WNYC’s Radiolab, etc. Considering the remarkable contributions towards the broadcasting network of America, Pattiz was honored to serve the Broadcasting Board of Governors of U.S. for the years 2000 and 2002. In 2009, Pattiz was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame, and he also received the Giants of Broadcasting Award from the Library of American Broadcasting.
Despite being a renowned broadcasting entrepreneur, Norm serves the Chair of Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos National Security Laboratories. He is a regent of the University of California and an active member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Pacific Council on International Relations.
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