Ryan Seacrest’s Jaw-Dropping Career
Ryan Seacrest has built one of the most popular names in the entertainment industry. Most people associate the attractive, talented, well-known Mr. Seacrest with hosting Fox’s fifteen-season broadcast of American Idol, a show produced by 19 Entertainment and FremantleMedia North America originally titled American Idol: The Search for a Superstar. He’s also stuck with the long-running show through its recent purchase by ABC, with American Idol’s 16th season airing from March 11, 2018, through May 21, ending just a few days ago.
Mr. Seacrest has gained popularity for many other business, entertainment, and philanthropic endeavors, as well
Not everybody is familiar with Seacrest’s radio career, other tenures as a TV host, philanthropic activities, or other offshoots that his host-primary career has taken. Let’s discover a few of Ryan’s other interests outside of American Idol.
Seacrest Studios and the Ryan Seacrest Foundation
In 2010, Ryan Seacrest created the self-named philanthropic organization, classified as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit business by the Internal Revenue Service, the Ryan Seacrest Foundation. This active philanthropic group is best known for its creation of television and radio production studios, Seacrest Studios, around the nation.
While one such facility is located within the stadium of the Atlanta Braves, a Major League Baseball team, the other nine are found in some of the United States’ largest children’s hospitals. Seacrest Studios even gets together with each hospital’s – and the Atlanta Braves’ – local colleges’ journalism faculty and students to give childhood patients a well-rounded idea of what working in entertainment, broadcasting, and general media is like.
On Air with Ryan Seacrest
On Air with Ryan Seacrest is a radio show broadcast around the world hosted by none other than Mr. Ryan Seacrest, also featuring on-air personalities such as Manny Streetz, Tanya Rad, and Sisanie.
It was broadcasted for 13-odd years out of Burbank, California, with its primary broadcasting studio moving to Manhattan, New York City, New York, in May 2017 to accommodate Mr. Seacrest’s transition into hosting Live with Kelly and Ryan, a TV program.