In December 2016, Norman Pattiz announced the launch of “Beyond The Darkness” as the newest program on the Jericho Network. The Jericho Network is one of the many networks under PodcastOne, the largest advertiser-supported podcast network in America and is headed by famed WWE star Chris Jericho. Jericho has been very successful at evolving his network from merely containing wrestling to also including comedy and now the discussion of the supernatural and spooky. Hosting “Beyond the Darkness” is the recognized Dave Schader and Tim Dennis. Jericho is excited to be bringing forth this new venture into the mystical and for the two hosts’ fanbase to join the Jericho Network.
PodcastOne and PodcastOne Sales were launched in 2016 by Norman Pattiz, who had previously launched the Courtside Entertainment Group in 2010. Pattiz began his foray into the digital world after leaving his radio network Westwood One, which had become America’s largest radio network in the Broadcast Industry, and ran into Kit Gray. Kit Gray was a representative of other people’s podcasts and the more he spoke with Norman, the more Norman realized podcasts were basically a digitized Westwood One. Now Pattiz’ days are filled with this small business that has made a huge name in the industry, he does whatever needs to be done without distinguishing between job titles. He states that he loves the democracy of podcasts and how they fail or succeed based completely on the consumer and their preferences, no middle-man necessary. Norman is not new to the communication business but enjoys the invigorating nature of a new platform where information flows so freely that anyone can be an expert.
It included some of the most largely recognized programs broadcasted in the news and entertainment broadcast industry. He served on the Broadcasting Board of Governors of the United States of America between 2000 to 2006. Pattiz was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame in 2009 and has been the recipient of several prestigious awards including the Giants of Broadcasting Award from the Library of American Broadcasting, the Distinguished Education Service Award, as well as many Broadcaster of the Year awards.
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Budgeting is one of the most important steps one must take in order to reach his financial goals. One thing that can hinder the goals of the individual is his tendency to overspend. However, one thing to understand is that overspending can be very easy, especially with all of the unexpected expenses.
Also, if one loses track of his spending, he is more likely than not to find himself faced with a nasty surprise. This is especially the case for people who make very little money. This is why it is important to look into budgeting. However, it is better to get assistance from someone when it comes to budgeting.
According to Manta, one person who can help with budgeting is Richard Blair Wealth Solutions. Richard Blair’s method of coming up with a budget is very powerful because he is able to look at the household and add up all of the expenses. Then he is also able to factor in the income of the individual or the household.
Afterwards, he can come up with a deal that will help him save money. This involves setting up a rainy day fund. One of the best ways to stay above ground financially is to put aside some money for any use which include emergencies.
One thing Richard Blair Wealth Solutions encourages people to do is work on increasing the budget every chance they get. One of the ways to do that is by avoiding buying any luxuries for a while. For people that are struggling, the worst thing they can do is live even at the edge of their means.
Richard is good at coming up with a plan for the individual that will keep him within his means. The individual could then consider other options such as investing in order to generate more income.
Ever since Jason Hope was a child, he had an insatiable fixation on technology and the transformational role it played in people’s lives. Growing up, he voraciously read such publications as Popular Science, Nature and even technical journals for engineers and computer scientists. It was with this foundation in and acute enchantment with the turning gears of science that he went about setting his own wheels of innovation to turning.
A history of foresight
After graduating from Arizona State University, Mr. Hope founded his first startup, a mobile content provider called Jawa. Jawa provided ringtones, music and videos to cell phone users on a proprietary interface that made downloading and payment as simple as a few clicks. This would all sound largely unremarkable until we consider that Mr. Hope was doing all this in the late 90s, 10 years before the first iPhone hit the shelves and long before the majority of people even had cell phones.
Mr. Hope’s crystal ball, which allowed him to apparently see trends decades before they manifested, has not failed him since either. Jason Hope’s founded various firms including a highly successful search engine optimization company that has helped thousands of clients rank their websites on the first page of Google as well as a number of B2B mobile applications and industrial software solutions.
Despite all these successes, Jason Hope sees them as being absolutely nothing compared to what’s coming. Currently, he’s preaching the gospel to a flock of techies and internet-savvy entrepreneurs through his guest blogging and writing efforts on a number of sites from Wired to his own blog, JasonHope.com. Hope is proselytizing audiences to the technological rapture that he sees in the coming widespread adoption of the Internet of Things. Hope says that this new networking paradigm, more than just a logical extension of existing infrastructure, will represent a transformation as profound as the Industrial Revolution.
Hope states that the Internet of Things will usher in efficiency gains and reduction of labor demand that will be totally unprecedented in human history. Hope is profoundly optimistic that this will lead to such things as the 15 hour work week, once dismissed as Utopian fantasy.