It's an enormous sea change ... one of the most successful shows in the history of TV -- a show that has made BILLIONS of dollars in profits -- will actually LOSE money this year ...… READ MORE >
Ryan Seacrest was born in Atlanta, Georgia in December 24th, 1974. He´s a radio host as well as a television host and producer. He has his own production company named "Ryan Seacrest Productions". Ryan started his radio career at the early age of 15 while working on a radio station in Atlanta called "WSTR" and he made his first appearance on TV hosting "Radical Outdoor Challenge". Seacrest got his biggest role on TV in 2002 when he accepted to be Co-host with Brian Dunkleman in "American Idol" and in 2003 he was the only host since Dunkleman left the show. American Idol has been since its beginning a huge success and has put Ryan Seacrest in a national and international spotlight. Seacrest studied journalism at the University of Georgia in the fall of 1992. There, he would continue his radio show at a local Athens station. Seacrest left UGA at age 19 and moved to Hollywood to continue his broadcasting career. While there, he attended Santa Monica City College for a short time. By the time he was 20, he had landed a job in Los Angeles at KYSR-FM 98.7's afternoon show, called Ryan Seacrest for the Ride Home. His starting pay was $15 an hour. It became the station's No. 1 show and was nationally syndicated. In January 2004, Seacrest became the new host of the radio program American Top 40, a syndicated weekly countdown show, created and formerly hosted by Casey Kasem. The show was syndicated by Premiere Radio Networks. In February 2004, Seacrest became host of popular Los Angeles radio station KIIS's morning show, replacing long-time host Rick Dees. This show, also known as On Air With Ryan Seacrest, remains on the air. Seacrest is the host, executive producer of this syndicated daily show airing on over 150 stations in North America alone, with affiliates worldwide. Kasem had been one of Seacrest's radio idols when he was growing up, along with Dick Clark. Seacrest asked Clark for some career advice, and Clark told him, "I believe a stake in ownership is important to have," and so Seacrest negotiated a piece of the ownership for the televised 'On Air'". Seacrest stated, "So maybe in 20 years it will still be called 'On Air', with someone else hosting the show, but I can still produce it. Because, let's be honest, you don't know how long people are going to let you into their homes."
Ryan Seacrest was pimping his face off at a Hollywood nightclub ... slipping into a chauffeur driven ride with 2 babes. And the best part of his smooth move -- he doesn't have to explain it to… READ MORE >
Ryan Seacrest isn't fazed one bit by BlackBerry's lawsuit against his new tech company -- which just developed a BlackBerry-esque keyboard for iPhones -- quite the opposite ... he bragged about it… READ MORE >
Ryan Seacrest's company X-mas party got REAL cheeky this week in Hollywood -- in fact, some random weirdo was arrested outside on the street ... after dancing all over the place in assless chaps… READ MORE >
Ryan Seacrest's new lady Shayna Taylor nearly FROZE TO DEATH during her first big modeling shoot yesterday -- stripping down to a tiny bikini on an L.A. beach in the middle of the winter -- but… READ MORE >
Ryan Seacrest still has the Midas touch ... 'cause his sexy new rebound chick just inked a deal with one of the biggest modeling agencies on the planet. TMZ has learned Shayna Taylor --… READ MORE >
Ryan Seacrest's old 'Idol' pal Nigel Lythgoe shared some kind words about Ryan's other gig, "Million Second Quiz" -- is what we'd say if Nigel hadn't actually ripped it to shreds. We'd… READ MORE >