Super-fans of scary and supernatural entertainment of all sorts have a new reason to celebrate with the arrival of a brand new podcast that delves deep into all things paranormal that’s appropriately entitled ‘Beyond The Darkness’. Hosted by radio veterans Dave Schrader and Tim Dennis, who are both well-versed in the history of all mysterious things that remain strange and unexplained, ‘Beyond The Darkness’ plans on having plenty of celebrated experts keen on extrapolating on questions surrounding monsters, demons, and beasts alike as guests on the show, all sure to address some the world’s creepiest unknown and unconfirmed phenomena. This brand new program was recently announced by none other then celebrated podcast mogul, Norman Pattiz, the brain behind the biggest podcast network in America. Pattiz specified that it would be a part of Chris Jericho’s programming branch off the PodcastOne tree, further diversifying this beyond exciting new form of entertainment, now sure to attract an even larger and diverse set of fans than before. ‘Beyond The Darkness’ is not only another win for fans but also another reason to recognize the brilliance of the man behind PodcastOne, Norman Pattiz. He is ultimately a man for aspiring broadcasters to study and find inspiration in since he has acted a true original and innovator within a largely unpredictable industry.
Prior to podcasting, Norman Pattiz not only started Westwood One, but made it the biggest, most widely listened to radio network in the entire nation. It was the source for most American’s news, including everything from politics to sports, talk radio, and overall entertainment. Pattiz’s company had a hand in NFL Football and CNN radio, not to mention March Madness and Super Bowl coverage. Later, Norman Pattiz formed Courtside Entertainment Group and of course PodcastOne, with a roster of talent that includes Shaquille O’Neal, Dr. Drew, Adam Carolla, Neil Strauss, Penn Jillette, and Laura Ingraham, among others. It is a hub of audible entertainment like no other.
Furthermore, Norman Pattiz acts as the Chairman of the Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos National Security Laboratories. Additionally he is a regent per the University of California and works with the Council of Foreign Relations. His diverse set of talents makes him a sort of modern day renaissance man. Eight years ago he was recognized by the Library of American Broadcasting with the Giants of Broadcasting Award and additionally joined the National Radio Hall of Fame.