PodcastOne executive chairman and founder Norman Pattiz recently announced the newest addition to the Jericho Network programming: “Beyond the Darkness”. WWE star Chris Jericho’s podcast network, operating under the PodcastOne umbrella, is launching a new podcast that will investigate the paranormal. Pattiz praised Jericho’s ability to expand from the wrestling genre to include comedy, and now the paranormal. He called the former wrestler “one of the jewels of the PodcastOne network”.
Beyond the Darkness will be hosted by Dave Schrader and Tim Dennis, two of the most well known and trusted paranormal broadcasters in the business. Dave and Tim share a background in radio and bring with them a loyal fanbase that is sure to expand in this venue. The podcasts will include discussions with world famous researchers and first hand accounts covering everything paranormal. From ghosts and apparitions, to aliens and bigfoot, there is sure to be something to give every viewer plenty of goosebumps. New episodes are to be released weekly on Monday’s on PodcastOne.com, the PodcastOne app and iTunes.
PodcastOne is America’s largest advertiser supported podcast network. In 2012, Founder Norman Pattiz saw unrealized opportunities, and launched what would quickly become the leading producer/distributor of on-demand audio programming. With 40 plus years of broadcasting experience and connections, Mr. Pattiz has gathered celebrity performances and commitments from some of the biggest stars in music, sports, entertainment and politics. In a rapidly growing genre, PodcastOne has taken a position at the front of the pack.
Prior to starting PodcastOne, Pattiz was also the Founder of Westwood One and Courtside Entertainment Group. Both specialized in broadcasting sports, music and entertainment. In 2002, Pattiz was also appointed by President Clinton to serve on the Broadcasting Board of Governors of the United States of America. Pattiz was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame in 2009, and was given the “Giants of Broadcasting Award” by the Library of American Broadcasting.