A new paranormal podcast debuted on Norman Pattiz’ PodcastOne. Crunchbase posited that Norman Pattiz is the founder and executive chairman of PodcastOne, which is one of the largest advertiser-supported podcast networks in America.

The new PodcastOne stream will focus on WWE star Chris Jericho’s show. The show will feature exciting discussions with world-renowned researchers and challenge the viewer’s’ thoughts on demons, aliens, ghosts, ghouls, monsters, angels, miracles, and mysteries.

The new show will have two hosts, Dave Schrader who is a radio host and an author and Tim Dennis, a radio host as well and a radio producer. New episodes will be available every Monday on PodcastOne.com, iTunes, and the PodcastOne application. According to Norman Pattiz, Chris Jericho distinguishes himself as one of the jewels of the network. Norman adds that Chris has evolved beyond wrestling with his Jericho Network Collection.

Chris Jericho has been a successful comedian, and now he is taking us into the paranormal with Beyond the Darkness. Chris Jericho believes that the two hosts are top anchors who have a massive fanbase which will help the new channel catch on faster. Beyond the Darkness is expected to grow with the aid of the huge audience on the Jericho Network

About PodcastOne

PodcastOne is America’s leading advertiser-supported podcast network that was founded by Norman Pattiz. PodcastOne is the largest producer of on-demand audio programming. The network hosts more than two hundred popular podcasts some of which include Chris Jericho, Shaquille O’ Neal, Gabrielle Reece, Neil Strauss, Ross Mathews and the Forbes on PodcastOne Network and more.

About Norman Pattiz

Norman Pattiz is the founder and chairman of PodcastOne. He is also the founder of Westwood One, the America’s largest radio network and entertainment provider in the Broadcast Industry. Mr. Pattiz created Courtside Entertainment Group in 2010 .and at the end of 2012, he launched PodcastOne.

Pattiz had the opportunity of being appointed by President Clinton in 2000 to be on the Broadcasting Board of Governors in America. In 2002, Norman was reappointed by President Bush.

According to Bloomberg, Norman Pattiz was in charge of the launch of America’s Arabic language radio as well as television serviced to all the twenty-two countries of the Middle East. He was also responsible for the launch of Farsi language broadcasting to Iran that had a weekly audience of almost forty million listeners.

Mr. Pattiz is the chairman of the Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos National Security Laboratories. Norman serves as a Regent of the University of California.