This will have information around host and TV and radio personality Ryan Seacrest. Later on information will be given about the Foundation Ryan Seacrest has. Ryan John Seacrest was born in Atlanta, Georgia on December 24, 1974. For High School education Seacrest attended “Dunwoody High School”. It was during his High School time where he interned at a radio station in Atlanta called “WSTR (FM)”. He was trained by Tom Sullivan, who gave him a job there. He worked weekends for the overnight shift. Then, for his college education he studied journalism at the “University of Georgia in 1992. He had a local radio show at that station “WSTR (FM)”. He left that university when he was nineteen to go to Hollywood for broadcasting.
In his career of television shows he for example, hosted the first season of an ESPN show called “ESPN’s Radical Outdoor Challenge”. Another show he had the opportunity to host was the “NBC Saturday Night Movie”. When a break occurred, he would give the audience a chance to win prizes by answering questions about whatever film was played that night.
In the year 2002, Ryan Seacrest said yes to the host of a reality show called “American Idol”. This show played on the channel “Fox”. He went from hosting with a comedian named Brain Dunkleman in the first season to host by himself. A company called CKX gave him $45 million to go on to host American Idol. He would then become the highest paid reality host as of now.
The Ryan Seacrest Foundation (RSF) is an organization that is non-profit 501 (c) (3). This organization is dedicated to give inspiration to today’s kids through creativity of education and entertainment. This organization creates “Seacrest Studios” broadcast media centers in pediatric hospitals.
The goal of this for the patients to explore the realms of creativity for new media and TV and radio. The foundation wants to bring thrilling adventures to make patients think positive thoughts. Also, this helps for journalism students to gain direct experience in programming, broadcasting, and the operation of a multimedia center.
Read this blog to learn how Seacrest went from hosting to being an entrepreneur: https://www.businessoffashion.com/articles/people/how-ryan-seacrest-went-from-hosting-american-idol-to-selling-50-million-worth-of-menswear-a-year