The genius of Norman Pattiz has struck again. Pattiz says that implementation is key to what he does. “I hear great ideas every day, and then assess our capacity for implementation. That’s where the rubber hits the road”. A new paranormal show called Beyond The Darkness is set to air on PodcastOne’s Jericho Network. The network is named after the famed WWE star Chris Jericho. Beyond The Darkness will feature thrilling interviews with some of the nation’s top researchers and experiencers. The show will challenge everything you think you know about ghosts, aliens, spirits, and the like. Beyond The Darkness will be hosted by author David Schrader and radio producer Tim Dennis. Pattiz is excited about launching the show on the Jericho Network saying, “Chris has distinguished himself as one of the jewels of the PodcastOne network.”
Norman Pattiz is the founder of PodcastOne, which is the nation’s leading advertiser supported podcasting network, and he is also responsible for Westwood One becoming America’s largest radio network, providing news, entertainment, sports, talk, and traffic programming to the broadcasting industry.Westwood One owned, managed, or distributed NBC radio networks, CBS News, CNN radio, the Mutual Broadcasting System, NFL Football, NCAA Basketball, March Madness, The Super Bowl, both the Winter and Summer Olympic Games, and a broad variety of syndicated music and talk shows.
In 2009 Norman Pattiz was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame and won the Giants of Broadcasting award. To make Pattiz’s record even more impressive, he has been chosen twice to serve on the Broadcasting Board of Governors of the United States of America by two separate presidents, President Clinton and President Bush. The BBG is in charge of all US nonmilitary services, including “The Voice of America” and “Radio Liberty”. Norman Pattiz also created and launched Americas Arabic radio and television services to all 22 countries in the middle east. Not only is Norman familiar with broadcasting, but Mr. Pattiz also serves as a Regent of the University of California, and is the Chairman of the Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos National Security Laboratories. Norman Pattiz is also a member of the Council of Foreign Relations and the Pacific Council on International Relations.