Norman Pattiz takes on the World of Digital Media

Beyond The Darkness is a new podcast being featured on the Jericho Network. Beyond The Darkness is a program that addresses the paranormal issues related to angels, ghosts, demons, ghouls, aliens, monster encounters, miracles and mysteries. Extensive conversations surrounding these mystic conversations is what the public can expect from the program. The network will feature Dave Schrader, who is a radio host and an author, alongside Tim Dennis, a radio host and producer. Both Schrader and Dennis enjoy a huge following from their features on supernatural activities. PodcastOne will be airing new episodes every Monday on its website, PodcastOne.com, on iTunes and the PodcastOne app. Norman Pattiz, was excited when he made the announcement on the program’s debut on the Jericho Network.

 

PodcastOne was founded by Norman Pattiz to serve advertisement needs on a podcast network. PodcastOne has grown to become America’s leading podcast-network with numbers showing it hosts 200 popular podcasts.

 

Who is Norman Pattiz?

 

From the ongoing, Norman Pattiz has made a name for himself since PodcastOne’s debut into the industry. As such, Norman Pattiz is a common name in America’s success stories. He is considered a big name in the digital media space with his work seen in Westwood One and Courtside Entertainment Group, companies he both founded. Westwood One has become the largest American radio network having managed several shows and media outlets including, CNN radio, NCAA Basketball, NFL Football, CBS News, the Mutual Broadcasting System, March Madness, the Winter and Summer Games as well as the Super Bowl. Due to his longtime achievements in the industry, President Clinton, in 2000, appointed Norman a board member of the Broadcasting Board of Governors in the US.

 

Norman was reappointed by President Bush in 2002 to serve in the same capacity. His work, to date, continues to be appreciated and calls to serve in various capacities have been made. Top among them, Regent of California University and the chairperson to the Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos National Security Laboratories. Norman also serves as a member in the International Relations, Pacific Council and the Council of Foreign Relations.

 

2009 crowned Norman Pattiz’s career in the broadcasting industry. He was awarded by the American Broadcasting Library, the Giants of Broadcasting Award and became the National Radio Hall of Fame inductee in the same year. His achievements are truly remarkable and he has proven to be a force to reckon with in the broadcasting industry.

Learn more:

http://www.radiohof.org/norman_pattiz.htm

http://www.hsacouncil.org/norman-pattiz/