It was recently reported by Norman Pattiz, PodcastOne’s Chairman, that a new series will be on the Jericho Network. The new series is called “Beyond the Darkness”, and it’s a paranormal program hosted by radio host and author, Dave Schrader, on Chris Jericho’s network. This program will feature world renowned researchers and experiencers discussing in depth concerning ghosts, angels, ghouls, monster encounters, demons, miracles, and mysteries. These episodes are scheduled on Mondays on iTunes, PodcastOne.com, and the PodcastOne app.
More information about this new program can be retrieved on www.PodcastOne.com, and even more information about this program, advertising, and more can be retrieved by sending an email to [email protected] PodcastOne is the leading, advertiser-supported, podcast network in the US that was found by Norman Pattiz. This podcast network currently hosts over 200 of the most popular podcasts of today, including Shaquille O’Neal, Dan Patrick, Adam Carolla, Steve Austin, Malcolm McDowell, Laura Ingraham, the Forbes, Rich Eisen, Neil Strauss, Gabrielle Reece, Jay Mohr, TheCHIVE, Barstool Sports, and others.
About Norman Pattiz
In addition to launching PodcastOne, Norman Pattiz is the founder of Westwood One, and he is the chairman of Launchpad Digital Media. Through Pattiz’s leadership, Westwood One has become the biggest radio network and provider of sports, news, talk and travel, and entertainment programming of the Broadcast Industry in America. Westwood One also managed, distributed, or owned NBC radio networks, CNN radio, CBS News, NFL Football, March Madness, The Summer and Winter Olympic Games, NCAA Basketball, and the Mutual Broadcasting System.
In previous years, he made other outstanding accolades as well. For one, Pattiz created the Courtside Entertainment Group in 2010. He was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame in 2009, and he was awarded from the Library of American Broadcasting the Giants of Broadcasting Award in the same year. Also, President Clinton appointed him in 2000, and President Bush reappointed him in 2002 to serve the US Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG). The BBG overseas all US nonmilitary broadcasting services, including Middle East Broadcasting, Radio Liberty, Radio Free Europe, The Voice of America, and more. Read more: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/president-clinton-names-norman-pattiz-as-member-of-the-broadcasting-board-of-governors-72895702.html
Pattiz also accomplished other achievements in addition to the ones relevant to broadcasting. For one, Pattiz serves as the Chairman of Los Alamos National Security Laboratories, the chairman of the Lawrence Livermore, and as a Regent of the University of California. He is also a member of the Pacific Council on International Relations and the Council of Foreign Relations.