Ryan Seacrest is a native of Atlanta, Georgia who at an early time of his life was determined to have a radio career. To follow through on his dream, he relocated to Los Angeles, California in the middle of the 1990s where he hosted a famous afternoon program on the radio. He got a break in 2002 when American Idol selected him to be its host. Afterwards, Ryan began to cover other events in entertainment including being the news anchor for the television network E! Then he signed a contract with NBC Universal in 2012 where he would appear in other programs as well as on the show Today. When 2013 rolled in, he started hosting the Million Second Quiz game show, and similarly became the co-host of Kelly Ripa on the show – Live with Kelly and Ryan in 2017.
As an added bonus to his already successful career behind the microphone and in from of the cameras, Ryan was able to develop several famous television programs. Via the Ryan Seacrest productions, he assisted in boosting Kim Kardashian along with her family into fame on their reality TV program Keeping Up with the Kardashians, including the sequel Kourtney and Kim Take New York. He also worked alongside Chef Jamie Oliver when he assisted in the production – Food Revolution that was aired from 2010 to 2011. Ryan was awarded an Emmy for the cited program.
Ryan Seacrest commenced a new venture with AEG, Creative Artists Agency, and Mark Cuban, the so-called Ryan Seacrest Media (RSM) in 2012. Again, in the summer of the same year RSM introduced the AXS TV, a new entertainment television channel and pop culture.
The RSF or the Ryan Seacrest Foundation is a non-profit institution that is focused on motivating the youth of today by utilizing education and entertainment focused ingenuities. RSF’s primary goal is to construct centers for media broadcast aptly called the Seacrest Studios inside pediatric hospitals so patients are able to discover the creative and inspiring domains of new media, television, and radio.
The aim of the foundation includes the ability to positively participate in uplifting the recuperating process of the children together with their families while they stay in the hospital for treatment.