Ryan Seacrest is a known media personality from both Radio and Television Shows. His career life started in Los Angeles, California back in 1990s where he hosted radical Television Challenge which was aired on ESPN. He went on until early 2002; he landed on another job with E! Television with which he was to cover Entertainment shows and News anchorage. In 2005, he worked on yet another television show “Dick Clark’s rockin’ eve” with Dick Clark. He worked with Jamie Oliver in yet another show, “Food revolution” between 2010- 2011. In 2012, while still working with NBC studios, he extended his contract for “American idol” show, adding more seasons to his docket list. Later on in 2013, he hosted yet another game show called “The million second quiz” still on NBC. He co-hosted “American Idol” with Brian Dunkleman until 2016. Later in 2017, became co-host of “ABC’s live” with Kelly and Ryan.
This coming March, 2018, he will yet return to host a newer version of “The show” on ABC live. Despite his many roles in Television life, he is well dedicated to helping others fulfill their Television lives too. He is the expert behind the Kardashian family success on their show “Keeping up with the Kardashian” he is also behind the success of shows like “Kourtney and Kim take New York”
Ryan Seacrest does not forget on giving back to the community. Through this initiative, he started an NGO called ‘Ryan Seacrest foundation’ which is aimed on the youthful population. Through collaboration with local journalism schools, they provide internship opportunities to the community. The youths get a firsthand experience in broadcasting, programming and operating a multimedia center.
Through the NGO, they also build and broadcast media centers in pediatric hospitals so that patients can explore all the creative opportunities of both Radio and Television. The patients are involved in creation of music videos and interviewing live performance by artists and celebrities. This is important at the end as it aids in the healing process for both the children and families during their stay in the hospitals.