Scott Levy’s “Raven Effect” To Debut On The Jericho Podcast Network

Recently, Norman Pattiz, the founder of PodcastOne announced the launch of Scott Levy’s awaited “Raven Effect” show on the Jericho Network, under the management of PodcastOne. PodcastOne is the largest podcast network supported by advertisers in the country. It releases podcasts on a weekly basis through, PodcastOne app and iTunes. The Jericho Network launched on PodcastOne in July 2016. Under this umbrella, the network has hosted different shows covering a variety of topics, including wrestling, comedy and most recently, paranormal on the show, “Beyond the Darkness.” The show will feature discussion with Levy on various topics, including current events, politics as well as pop culture, conspiracies, and pet peeves views. The show will sometimes feature guests who will share their views on the topic of discussion.

Norman Pattiz commended Jericho for his unique skill of balancing wrestling content with other subjects such as sports and music. Jericho was also thrilled to announce the premiere of Scott Levy’s show on the program. He has known him for decades. Jericho described Scott as intelligent, sarcastic, ridiculous and entertaining. He posited that he was excited to host the successful show and added that there were many more programs waiting to be featured on his network. Some of the programs featured on Jericho network, under the production, distribution and marketing partnership of PodcastOne include “Keeping it 100 with Konan,” “Town with Storm & Cyrus,” and “Team Tiger Awesome.” This information was originally mentioned on PRNewswire as explicated in the link below

About Norman Pattiz

Norman Pattiz’s huge success in radio syndication saw him celebrated on Forbes Magazine through a four-page feature in the May 2016 Global Change Makers. His extensive experience in the industry enabled him to establish Westwood One, a news, sports, entertainment, talk, and traffic programming provider to the broadcasting industry. He led the company to become the largest industry service provider in America. Westwood One owned, managed or distributed CBS News, CNN radio, NBC radio networks, and NFL Football as well as various syndicated music and talk shows. Norman founded Courtside Entertainment Group to produce and disseminate high quality programming services. In 2012, Pattiz founded PodcastOne.

Norman was appointed twice to serve on the Broadcasting Board of Governors of the United States of America. The board manages all nonmilitary broadcasting services in the US, including Radio Free Europe, The Voice of America, Radio Liberty, and Middle East Broadcasting. Mr. Pattiz is the chair of the Lawrence and Livermore and the renowned Los Alamos National Security Laboratories. In 2009, he was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame. In the same year, Norman received the Giants of Broadcasting Award from the renowned Library of American Broadcasting.


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