After watching a horrifying movie or listening to a ghost story, one tends to look under the bed just to confirm no monsters are waiting to strike when lights go out. Well, PodcastOne is now featuring a new podcast, Beyond the Darkness. The podcast will host enlightened researchers in the field of ghost, miracles, mysteries, angels, demons and monsters.
The breathtaking conversations will test one’s knowledge on the paranormal activities in the world. It will be headlining on Chris Jericho’s podcast, and the hosts will be Dave Schrader and Tim Dennis, both of whom are authors and radio hosts.
Norman Pattiz was confident in Chris’s Jericho network collection, and Chris has delivered as expected of him. He has featured wrestling stars, comedians and now, he takes a leap into the paranormal world, Beyond the Darkness.
It is projected to be a thrilling experience for all those ready to venture into the paranormal realm, and of course, a little bit scared to the point of grabbing a stuffed animal when going to bed!
Norman Pattiz founded it, and it’s the leading advertiser-supported network. It hosts popular podcasts such as Dr. Drew, Chris Webber, Laura Ingraham, and the Forbes among others. PodcastOne as an industry has individuals with vast knowledge in all things related to audio.
It also provides one with writers, web designers, digital engineers and app developers, to make your vision a reality. Norman Pattiz had been the CEO of PodcastOne from 2012 until June 23, 2016, and under his leadership and experience in radio syndication, it has become the nation’s leading producer and distributor of audio-on-demand programming.
Norman Pattiz also referred to as Norm, is recognized in the National Radio Hall of Fame. This induction is as a result of the contributions Norm has brought to the radio industry. He served on the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) in 2000, whose intentions are to inspect US nonmilitary broadcasting networks. He was appointed to the seat by both President Clinton in 2000, as well as by President Bush in 2002. Norman Pattiz, formerly founded Westwood One Inc., America’s largest radio network. Norm also serves as director of The Regents of the University of California since 2001.
Norman Pattiz has also been a founding father to Americas Arabic language radio, as well as Farsi language reaching out to over 40 million listeners. He is a member of Pacific Council on International Policy.