Norman Pattiz is the Chairman of PodcastOne. PodcastOne is the largest advertiser network in the United States. Recently, Norman Pattiz announced the launch of the latest Jericho Network Program. The program is known as ‘Beyond the Darkness’. The program will be the newest show on the podcast network run by Chris Jericho, the WWE star. The program will feature entertaining and enlightening talks with various renowned researchers. The program will be characterized by the provision of challenges on the viewer’s knowledge on ghosts, demons, ghouls, mysteries and monster encounters.
Tim Dennis and Dave Schrader will host ‘Beyond the Darkness.’ Besides hosting the program, Dave Schrader and Tim Dennis are also radio hosts. Each new episode of the program will be released on Monday. The new episode release will be aired on the PodcastOne app, the PodcastOne.com, and the iTunes. The main participators in Beyond the Darkness will bring the effect of paranormal to its viewers. Pattiz postulates that the program will experience a massive audience growth due to its famous hosts.
Before establishing PodcastOne, Norman Pattiz was the founder of Westwood One. Norman utilized his forty years experience in the syndication of radios in the company’s establishment. Under Norman Pattiz’s guidance, Westwood One became the largest news provider in the whole of America. Westwood One did provide not only news but also entertainment, sports, traffic programming and talks to different Broadcasting Industries.
Over the years, Westwood One became the owner, manager and news distributor to various radio networks including NBC, CBS News, CNN radio, The Super Bowl and the Mutual Broadcasting System. Norman Pattiz led Westwood One in the airing of a variety of shows and the Winter and Summer Olympic Games. Besides being recognized by the Westwood One Company, Norman Pattiz was also known globally. He received an award by the Giants Broadcasting from the American Broadcasting Library.
Norman Pattiz’s broadcasting skills and management made him famous. In 2000, President Clinton appointed Norman to provide his services to the Broadcasting Board of Governors of the United States of America. In 2002, President Bush reappointed Norman to serve on the same Board. Norman guided the board in the overseeing of operations in the US. Norman guided many broadcasting services including The Voice of America, Middle East Broadcasting and Radio Liberty.
Norman involves himself in almost everything at work. He brings his ideas to life by the implementation. Norman is excited by the content consumption trend. Norman provides that the trend is now entirely democratic. Norman believes that this trend will help podcast reach the public.