Beyond the Darkness is a new podcast from WWE star Chris Jericho’s Jericho Network found on PodCastOne. The Founder and Executive Chairman of PodCastOne, Norman Pattiz, said that the show will provide fascinating and informative discussions about the paranormal world such as ghouls, angels, monsters, ghosts, and mysteries. The discussions will feature world-renowned paranormal researchers and people that have experienced unearthly creatures and events. The hosts of Beyond the Darkness will be Dave Shrader, author and radio host, and radio host and producer Tim Dennis. The show will have new episodes released on Mondays at PodCastOne.com, the PodCastOne app, and iTunes.
In a statement, Pattiz said that Chris Jericho has become a star of PodCastOne, especially since his network has branched away from wrestling. In addition to paranormal investigations, he’s also featured comedians on his network. Jericho said that he welcomes the hosts to his network as well as their huge fanbases and looks forward to The Jericho Network adding onto his networks already strong viewership numbers.
In addition to being the country’s largest radio network, Westwood One also supplies television stations and content to markets across the US. In 2009 he was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame. Pattiz founded PodCastOne as an advertiser-supported podcast network in 2013, headquartered in Beverly Hill, California, and offices across the country including Dallas, New York, and Chicago. In addition to Chris Jericho many other famous people have networks on PodCastOne including Shaquille O’Neal, Larry King, Bret Easton Ellis, and Adam Carolla. PodCastOne is part of Courtside Entertainment Group, which Norman Pattiz founded in 2010.
Pattiz has served on the board for a number of organizations including Los Alamos National Security and Lawrence Livermore National Security. He was also appointed by President Clinton, and reappointed by President Bush, to a position on the Broadcasting Board of Governors of the United States of America. He has won a number of awards in his career including the Freedom of Speech Award, the Distinguished Education Service Award, and many Broadcaster of the Year awards.