Podcasts are digital audio files that are available on the internet. They can then be downloaded to a computer or mobile device. They are available as a series, with new episodes being received automatically by subscribers.
Podcast One is America’s greatest advertiser supported podcast network. Norman Pattiz is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of the group.
The podcast network hosts a range of popular podcasts. Shaquille O’Neal, Chris Jericho, Barstool Sports and the Forbes are among some of the favorite podcasts hosted on the PodcastOne network.
Mr. Pattiz recently announced a new podcast dubbed Beyond the Darkness. The podcast that is the latest under famous wrestler Chris Jericho’s podcast network will explore the mysticism- events beyond the scope of normal scientific understanding. The series will challenge one’s understanding of phenomena such as ghosts, angels, demons, aliens and so much more and it will feature entertaining and comprehensive conversations with renowned researchers. Dave Schrader who is an author and radio host and Tim Dennis who is both a radio host and producer will be the hosts of the series where new episodes will be published weekly on PodcastOne.com, the PodcastOne app, and iTunes.
Speaking during the announcement, Mr. Pattiz hailed Chris Jericho as an indispensable gem to the PodcastOne network. He also commended Chris for proving everybody right that the Jericho Network collection would eventually diversify to other shows beyond wrestling. Mr. Pattiz was full of praises for the much Chris Jericho has delivered and said he was a little creeped out by Chris’ latest podcast, Beyond the Darkness.
About Norman Pattiz
Apart from being the founder of PodcastOne network, Norman Pattiz is also the founder of Westwood One. Under his stewardship, Westwood One became America’s most extensive radio network offering services spanning the entertainment, news, sports and other broadcasting programs.
In 2010, Pattiz also founded the Courtside Entertainment Group which is based in Los Angeles. The company is the radio home of high-profile personalities and produces and finances quality programming across a variety of platforms.
Mr. Pattiz has been active in the national broadcasting scene and was appointed to serve on the Broadcasting Board of the United States in 2000 by President Clinton. He was named to the same board by President Bush in 2002. Apart from being active in broadcasting, Mr. Pattiz who is the 2009 National Radio Hall of Fame inductee is also the Chairman of the Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos National Security Laboratories. Mr. Pattiz has also received the Giants of Broadcasting Award from the Library of American Broadcasting.