Norman Pattiz And Beyond The Darkness

Beyond the Darkness is all set to explore the paranormal in the newest podcast. Norman Pattiz founded PodcastOne, and since then, it has become one of the biggest in the United States that is supported by their advertisers. This is the very latest show appearing on Chris Jericho’s network, sometimes referred to as the PodcastOne umbrella. Experts from throughput the world will be appearing to share their knowledge and insights into demons, ghosts, aliens, angels, monsters and mysteries. They are expected to challenge the information people currently have about these subjects.


The show will be hosted by Dave Schrader, an author and host on the radio. Tim Dennis, also a host and a producer for the radio will be hosting the show as well. The episodes will be airing every Monday. Norman refers to Chris as a jewel in the network and says he knew the Jericho collection would eventually evolve into something amazing. First Chris brought in comedy and now the paranormal.


Chris admits he is both stoked and a bit creeped out over the podcast for Beyond the Darkness. Tim Dennis and Dave Schrader are both incredible in paranormal broadcasts and will bring an enormous fan base with them. They are trusted, respected and knowledgeable in this area. The duo have been jokingly referred to as both a dream and a nightmare.


Norman Pattiz founded Westwood One and was responsible for making it one of the biggest radio networks in America. The provide a variety of topics such as sports, news, traffic, entertainment and talk.


Norman founded the Courtside Entertainment Group in 2010. PodcastOne was a recent addition. President Clinton originally appointed Norman to be on the United States Board of Governor’s in 2000, then President Bush reappointed Norman a couple years later in 2002. All of the broadcasting that is not military is overseen by the BBG.


Norman launched another radio broadcast for Arabic language and it accessed all of the twenty-two countries in the Middle East. His broadcast that ran the Farsi language was listened to by more than forty million people and was heard in Iran.


Besides Norman’s background in the field of broadcasting, he serves various positions of high regard including being on the Council of Foreign Relations. The National Radio Hall of Fame inducted him in the year 2009 and he has received awards for his expertise in broadcasting.

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