Dive into the Paranormal with Norman Pattiz in “Beyond the Darkness”

WWE star Chris Jericho has announced his newest show featuring enlightening and entertaining conversations with world-famous researchers and experts. Topics to be discussed will include ghosts and ghouls, angels and demons, aliens, and other paranormal mysteries. “Beyond the Darkness” will be hosted by Dave Schrader and Tim Dennis with new episodes to be released every Monday by PodcastOne.


Norman Pattiz, Founder of PodcastOne, explained that Chris Jericho quickly distinguished himself as more than just a wrestler. He achieved multiple successes with comedians and will soon delve into the world of the paranormal. Chris himself stated he is thrilled but also a little unnerved with the addition of “Beyond the Darkness”. He noted that the Jericho Network is already home to a massive audience and fan base that is anxiously awaiting the new show. He expects “Beyond the Darkness” to entertain and probably also to “scare the crap out of them”.


PodcastOne is leading the nation as the number one advertiser-supported podcast network. The network hosts show from a number of headliners such as Adam Carolla, Shaquille O’Neal, Steve Austin, and more making up over 200 other of the most popular podcasts today.


Norman Pattiz is the Founder of Westwood One, America’s largest radio network. Westwood One owns and manages a number of popular networks including NBC radio, CBS News, CNN radio and a huge array of sports broadcasting stations. In 2010, Mr. Pattiz became Founder and Executive Chairman of PodcastOne. PodcastOne is the largest podcast network in America that supports advertisers.


Mr. Pattiz served on the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) from 2000 to 2006 under President Clinton. He was reappointed in 2002 under President Bush. The BBG is responsible for all US nonmilitary broadcasting including “The Voice of America” and “Radio Free Europe”. Mr. Pattiz worked to launch America’s Arabic language radio with an audience of over 40 million listeners across the Middle East. He later served as Director of the Council of Foreign Relations for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and on the Homeland Security Advisory Council. Mr. Pattiz serves as a Regent at the University of California, on the Board of RAND’s Center for Middle East Public Policy, and on the Board of Directors of Hollywood Radio. He has received numerous professional and civic awards and was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame.