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Ryan Seacrest

Ryan Seacrest
Ryan Seacrest (December 24, 1974 - ) is a media personality who hosts American Idol, Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve, and also has multiple radio programs.
Ryan Seacrest (December 24, 1974 - ) is a media personality who hosts American Idol, Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve, and also has multiple radio programs. « Show less

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  • Ryan Seacrest Prods. Taps Rabih Gholam to Head Unscripted Programming

    Ryan Seacrest Prods. has tapped reality TV vet Rabih Gholam to run its unscripted programming unit. Gholam comes to RSP after serving as exec VP of alternative programming for 51 Minds, the Endemol-based production banner. His appointment as RSP's exec...
  • Casey Kasem: A critic's take on why he mattered

    Casey Kasem: A critic's take on why he mattered
    And now, for a long-distance dedication. This letter arrives courtesy of Sunday morning radio listeners across the country, from those millions in bedrooms and kitchens or near car stereos whose first pop music experiences arrived through the voice of...
  • Ryan Seacrest, Ann Ziff among new trustees at LACMA

    Ryan Seacrest, Ann Ziff among new trustees at LACMA
    Ryan Seacrest, the perpetually upbeat host of "American Idol" on Fox, is joining the board of trustees of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Leaders at the museum announced on Monday that Seacrest is among four new board members, bringing the board's...
  • Univision fires radio station executive over inflated ratings

    Spanish-language media giant Univision Communications has fired a programming executive at its KSCA-FM (101.9) in Los Angeles for scheming to artificially inflate the radio station's ratings. The high-ranking executive, who was not named by the company,...
  • Big swings in L.A. radio ratings raise questions

    What a difference two homes make to the radio business. Nielsen's disclosure that its Los Angeles radio ratings had been compromised prompted the company to disqualify two families from its sample audience. The unprecedented breach allowed two Spanish-...
  • Julianne Hough Nabs Nest in Hollywood Hills

    BUYER: Julianne Hough LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA PRICE: $1,943,575 SIZE: 2,101 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms YOUR MAMA'S NOTES: While on an extended vacation retreat last week, in a semi-remote corner of the high desert where our nearest...
  • Carson Daly, Mindy Kaling to Announce Primetime Emmy Nominations

    "The Voice" host Carson Daly and "The Mindy Project's" Mindy Kaling will join Television Academy chairman and CEO Bruce Rosenblum to announce the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards nominations. The noms will be revealed July 10 at 8:40 a.m. ET. The Television...
  • A look at the Emmy races for movies, miniseries, talk shows and more

    After three years in which TV movies and miniseries were lumped together in one ungainly category, the television academy believes there's enough programming to again warrant a separation. (The acting awards remain combo affairs, however.) Were they...
  • 'American Idol' recap: Alex Preston out as Top 2 advance

    'American Idol' recap: Alex Preston out as Top 2 advance
    The good news from Thursday night's "American Idol" live results show -- in which the Top 3 hometown visits were shown and Season 10 winner Scotty McCreery performed -- is that Ryan Seacrest's new puppy, Georgia, "didn't have an oopsy," as her relieved...
  • 'American Idol' recap: Top three sing three as show celebrates self

    'American Idol' recap: Top three sing three as show celebrates self
    The self-regard — or #Selfie-regard — that has defined "American Idol" this season hit a new level on Wednesday night's show, on which the top three performers — Caleb Johnson, Alex Preston and Jena Irene — competed to move on to...
  • YouTube to Acquire Videogame-Streaming Service Twitch for $1 Billion: Sources

    Google's YouTube has reached a deal to buy Twitch, a popular videogame-streaming company, for more than $1 billion, according to sources familiar with the pact. The deal, in an all-cash offer, is expected to be announced imminently, sources said. If...