There is an old saying that goes, “life after death.” What remains true is how little we know about death. In fact, all we know about life is that we are all going to die at some point. There is no scientific evidence that supports the idea of an afterlife, although there are many things that exist beyond our comprehension.

This includes the creation of the multi-verse and whether life exists on other planets. Our understanding is so limited, we still have yet to make it to the bottom of the ocean and we still have yet to complete our exploration of this planet. In the new podcast “Beyond The Darkness,” the paranormal experience is examined.

Beyond The Darkness can be found on WWE superstar Chris Jericho’s podcast, which is under the PodCastOne imprint. Forbes revealed that PodCastOne was founded by Norman Pattiz and is currently America’s largest advertiser-supported podcast network. The show is highly entertaining, featuring enlightening conversations about ghosts, apparitions and many things of that nature. It also shows Chris Jericho’s appeal outside of wrestling.

Every Monday, new episodes are expected to be released on, the PodcastOne app and iTunes. Although The Jericho Network already boasts a large audience, Beyond The Darkness should be expected to grow it even more.

Today, PodCast One hosts more than 200 of today’s most popular podcasts featuring Adam Carolla, Shaquille O’Neal and Steve Austin, to name a few. When one mentions PodCast One, they have to mention Norman Pattiz in the same breath.

Norman Pattiz is a highly successful individual. for 40 years, Norman Pattiz has graced the airwaves in the form of radio syndication. As one can imagine, Pattiz has many strongholds throughout the industry. Pattiz is also the founder of Westwood One, which became America’s largest provider of news, sports, entertainment, talk and traffic programming to the Broadcast Industry.

Westwood One owned, managed or distributed NBC radio networks, CNN radio,and a host of other talk shows and syndicated music shows. In 2010, Pattiz founded and launched Courtside Entertainment Group, which produced and distributed quality programming.

Although he is an originator, Pattiz was influenced by people like Bill Paley, Steve Ross and Dan Miller, his first boss in media sales. Based out in Los Angeles, California, his achievements are never ending. Evidently, Norman Pattiz is a pioneer. He set the standard for podcasts, talk shows and syndicated radio in general.

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