Hosts. Hosts are an important part of television and radio. They help iterate what is happening to the viewer. They are typically charming and contagious personalities are responsible for swaying the crowd and entertaining the masses. There have been many famous hosts over the years. One of the biggest of the 2000s is Ryan Seacrest. Ryan Seacrest is the man in the fitted blue suit with a gold watch and crisp shoes. He has a smile that could charm a criminal out of his stash. American Idol made Ryan Seacrest a household name. But, Ryan has been involved in far more than the American talent show.
To start, Ryan Seacrest’s trademark on the landscape of American popular modern-media has shaped the course of media. American Idol drew in over 20 million people an episode and became a global phenomenon that shook traditional media to its core. If you think that being an American Idol host is the only example of Ryan Seacrest’s stamp on media, you would be terribly wrong. Ever heard of the show Keeping up with the Kardashians. The crazy-famous reality show is produced by none other than Ryan Seacrest himself. The show and all of its spin-offs are directly created and influenced by Ryan Seacrest.
Of course, other than Keeping up with the Kardashians, Ryan has produced other famous shows such as Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution. Besides television, Ryan has heavily influenced radio as well. Seacrest is the host of American Top 40, Live with Kelly and Ryan, and, of course, On Air With Ryan Seacrest. All these radio shows make Seacrest a definitive host of modern radio.
Besides his stamp on modern-media, Ryan Seacrest has been active in the community as well. Other the foundation he established, Ryan works with pediatric hospitals to create, what he calls, Seacrest Studios. Seacrest installs these centers to give children an opportunity to work directly in the sphere of media. Children have a chance to host shows, learn from celebrities, and see the inner-workings of television. Children can watch live performances from celebrities (both in person and over closed-circuit television) and DJs. Seacrest Studios gives children a chance to create music, TV , and videos on the green screen in the studio as well. This gives children a creative outlet as well as acting as a source of inspiration and cheer for the sick children. Feel free to contact Ryan if you want to know more about him on http://www.facebook.com/ryanseacrest and https://www.instagram.com/ryanseacrest/?hl=en.