A new podcast titled, Beyond the Darkness, was recently released by Norman Pattiz. Pattiz founded PodcastOne, and he currently seats at the podcast network’s board as the chairperson. PodcastOne, on the other hand, is the biggest podcast network that supports advertising in the US. It comprises of exciting and entertaining interviews with prominent researchers. Listeners can log on to PodcastOne.com every Monday when new podcasts are released. The podcast will also feature topics covering issues such as aliens, ghosts, and mysteries that people fear to discuss. Tech enthusiasts can use the PodcastOne app to stream new releases or buy them from iTunes. Pattiz said that the podcast would be hosted by Tim Dennis, who is a radio producer and Dave Schrader, who is an author and a radio host.
Norman Pattiz praised Chris Jericho for his contributions to the PodcastOne network. Chris runs The Jericho Network that is a subsidiary of PodcastOne. He also pointed out that The Jericho Network collection was launched for wrestling lovers. Pattiz said that Chris Jericho has enabled the collection to reach many listeners by featuring comedians. He anticipates the same with Beyond the Darkness podcast.
Chris Jericho was humbled by Pattiz’s comments about him. He said that PodcastOne’s move to release Beyond the Darkness under The Jericho Network is brilliant. Jericho also praised Tim Dennis and Dave Schrader for their excellence in broadcasting media. He believes that these hosts will enable the new podcast to have a large audience and, hence, improve the ratings of The Jericho Network.
Pattiz’s Work Background
Norman Pattiz has been instrumental in developing PodcastOne as the leading podcast network in the US. He joined the network’s board in mid-2016 as the chairperson and CEO. Besides PodcastOne, Pattiz has served as an executive for several broadcasting corporations. Westwood One sought his expertise as a consultant before promoting him to the CEO position. Pattiz also gained national recognition when both Presidents Clinton and Bush appointed him to head the US Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG).
Pattiz worked for InterPacket Networks as the Director. The California University Governing Board names him as a member. He is a recipient of multiple civic and professional awards. Pattiz scooped the Freedom of Speech Award and the Distinguished Education Service Award. He was also listed in the National Radio Hall of Fame list in 2009 for his relevance in the radio industry.