Ryan Seacrest: Giving Back To The Society

At first, he thought it was just a hobby, but it later turned out to be the real deal for him. Today, he is known for hosting one of the most popular shows the “American Idol.” Ryan Seacrest enjoys being a radio and television personality and at the same time a producer. He was born in Atlanta on Christmas Eve of 1974. He joined Dunwoody High School and while still there he won an internship opportunity to train in a radio station, WSTR (FM). After graduating, he moved to LA. He joined the University of Georgia. However, he continued broadcasting in a local radio station. He studied journalism and later moved to Hollywood where he started his career.

Ryan’s career as a TV personality began in 1993 when he hosted ESPN’s Radical Outdoor Challenge and after that the Gladiator 2000, Wild Animal Games in 1995, and Click in 1997. In 2001, Ryan hosted a reality television program, Ultimate Revenge which went live on TNN. In 2002 he co-hosted American Idol show along with Brian Dunkleman. He became a host the following year until 2016. The show did make him a famous television personality. Seacrest has involved himself in several TV productions including Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Khloé & Lamar and many more. He has also hosted American Top 40 on Premiere Radio Networks. Today, he is hosting a morning show on LA radio station.

Apart from being a TV and radio show personality, Ryan has hugely involved himself with numerous philanthropic program. Recently he launched Ryan Seacrest Foundation whose main aim is to inspire the young generation through entertainment and education focused initiatives. The program has opened numerous broadcasting centers in pediatric hospitals. The foundation firmly believes that the step will positively contribute to the healing of children, exposure to media comes along with excitement and optimism during treatment. Besides, also targets to train young journalist. They broadcast items like interviews with re-known personalities, entertainment, educational segment and many more. Today, they have ten centers across the US. To Ryan, it is all about giving back to the society.

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