Jericho Network Collection is a top podcasting that network that is owned by Chris Jericho, and it is under the PodcastOne. The proprietor and chairperson of PodcastOne, Norman Pattiz, announced that Jericho’s network would be launching a new program, which will be known as “Beyond the Darkness.” Chris is a WWE star, and he is also regarded as one of the top podcast broadcasters. Norman believes that Jericho Network Collection will be successful since it is offering excellent programs. PodcastOne is the top firm that provides podcast services in the United States. It has over 200 well-known podcasts that are hosted by various famous personalities and acts. Individuals who host shows in the network include Steve Austin, Eddie Trunk, Chris Webber, Shaquille O’Neal, Dan Patrick, Dr. Drew, and Barstool Sports.
Beyond the Darkness will be focused on various paranormal topics, and it is devoted to thrilling the audience. The new show will have two hosts who are Dave Schrader and Tim Dennis. The two are renowned radio presenters. It will feature individuals who are well informed and interested in the field. The topics that they will be discussing include miracles, ghosts, aliens, mysteries, ghouls, monster encounters, angels, and devils. New episodes of the program will be uploaded every Monday, and they can be accessed through PodcastOne.com, iTunes, and PodcastOne. The Jericho Network Collection has focused on offering a variety of shows that include comedy, paranormal, and wrestling. Chris Jericho was excited by the launch of the new program under his network.
Norman Pattiz is a prosperous entrepreneur who has focused on broadcasting services. He is also the proprietor of Westwood One, which one of the United States’ top radio stations. It is a leading provider of news, talk shows, sports, and traffic programming. The career of Mr. Pattiz has been successful. He has held top positions such as sitting on the U.S Broadcasting Board of Governors during the terms of President Clinton and Bush. He helped the board in launching more than 22 Middle East-based radio stations that broadcast in Arabic.
Pattiz was added to the list of legends on the National Radio Hall. His excellent work was recognized by Library of American Broadcasting, which named him as the winner of the Giants of Broadcasting Award. In 2010, he founded the Courtside Entertainment Group. He currently serves as the Los Alamos National Security Laboratories’ chairperson and the University of California.