In a recent announcement, Norman Pattiz, the Executive Chairman of PodcastOne, America’s largest podcast supported advertiser, and PodcastOne host and WWE star, Chris Jericho announced a new weekly podcast in the network. The infamous Raven Effect is brought to the network by another famous WWE superstar, Scott “Raven” Levy.
Characters and Features of the New Podcast
The new podcast which will be featured in Chris Jericho network entails discussion on current events, pet peeves, politics, pop culture, and conspiracy among many other topics that Raven can come up with. Different episodes by world’s number one self-proclaimed idiot, Raven will feature know-it-alls, friends, enemies and those who know nothing at all to add humor to the topics of discussion. The podcast will be running for an hour and is available on PodcastOne iTunes, app, and PodcastOne.com.
Mastery Topics on the Jericho Network
The Jericho network was introduced to PodcastOne on 2016 with the introduction of the Beyond Darkness podcast. PodcastOne Executive Chairman, Norman Pattiz feels that Chris has brilliantly married wrestling content with other topics such as sports and music. Relating to the success of the Beyond Darkness, a podcast that focuses on paranormal, Norman hopes that the Raven Effect will be another hit for The Jericho Network on PodcastOne.
Chris praised Raven as being intelligent, funny, ridiculous, sarcastic, and funny noting that they have known each other for over a decade. He expressed his excitement about the new podcast and promised viewers that this was just the beginning as the network will continue introducing more entertaining shows.
The Jericho Network
Since its inception on July 2016, the Jericho Network has not let its followers down. They regularly introduce new podcast series including Keeping it 100 with Konan, Awesome Team Tiger which is pop-culture based and Killing the Town with Storm & Cyrus. The networks also continue to air the paranormal based podcast, Beyond Darkness.
About Norman Pattiz
Norman Pattiz is a broadcasting entrepreneur known for his Westwood One radio network. Under the leadership of Norman, the radio network became Americas leading sports, entertainment, news, and talk and traffic broadcaster. The radio network expanded and was made responsible for managing and distributing NBC radio networks, CNN Radio, CBS News, NFL Football, March Madness, Winter and Summer Olympic Games, Super Bowl, and NCAA Basketball.
Norman Pattiz works in LA’s County Sherriff Department as a reverse deputy and also a member of Homeland Security Advisory Council. Pattiz and his wife Mary Tuner, a former radio personality, lives in Beverly Hills.