The Ryan Seacrest Foundation is an outstanding, non-profit organization dedicated to motivating the youth of America through entertainment and education focusing.
The foundations first priority was to build broadcast media centers, named Seacrest Studios, within different pediatric hospitals so patients could explore the creative side of the entertainment world, like the radio, TV and new media. Seacrest Studios collaborates with local journalism schools to provide firsthand experience in broadcasting, programming and operating a multimedia center. They are aiming to have a positive experience in the healing process for children and their families during their stay at these facilities. The Ryan Seacrest Foundation believes that access to different multimedia experiences will bring patients a new, fun, and exciting adventures in hopes of creating an optimistic atmosphere.
On the welcome page, Ryan wrote a letter, talking about how through his life he had visited several hospitals across our nation that are caring for children facing life-threatening problems. he goes on to talk about how amazed he is by the courage of those children and their outstanding families and the upmost dedication of all the doctors and other hospital staff members. As a result of his journey through these hospitals, Ryan Seacrest had decided he wanted to have an ever lasting impact on the kids. So, over a dinner with his family, they had decided he wanted to make a foundation that would help these youngsters. With the help of his parents and sister, the Ryan Seacrest Foundation was born.
Ryan (@ryanseacrest) has heard from many families that the studios are nothing less than a blessing. He was ecstatic to see how much of a positive thing they have been for these children and has several plans to continue growths of the Seacrest Studios. Hoping to bring them not only to hospitals but to having them available to anyone! Ryan’s also busy with is newly-launched clothing line called Distinction.
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Clayton Hutson is one of the luckiest people in the world. He does what he loves, engineering and live shows. He is an artist and a creator who gets to work with many of the top talents in the music world. He gets to travel and party with them, while remaining the true force behind the scenes. He is the man the stars rely on to make them sound their best when they are performing concerts live in front of their fans. He does not experience the fame and fan adulation the stars receive, but he also does not suffer the risk of losing popularity and becoming out of date or out of fashion. He doesn’t have to worry about his appearance or about growing old. He doesn’t have to give interviews. He just has to do what he loves, using his technical expertise to enhance the talents of the stars to give the fans the experience of a lifetime.
One of his favorite brands of consoles is DiGiCo. On a tour with Aaron Lewis, the founder and frontman of Staind following his debut solo album, Hutson wanted a console small enough to store under the touring bus or even to check as baggage when they flew to a performance date. Hutson wanted to be in control of how Lewis sounded to his fans, not at the mercy of local production companies and in-house systems with less than optimal equipment. Hutson would function on this tour as both the FOH/Monitor engineer and the Production & Tour Manager. Hutson is a true professional. He gives his best to every performer he works with, and so he does not accept a result that doesn’t serve the performer and the fans. He needed to bring his own console, but he didn’t have many options because the tour did use both buses and planes, and he had to remain under budget.
Luckily, Hutson had read about the DiGiCo SD11. The 19″ version is the smallest console made by DiGiCo, as well as the least expensive. Yet it offered all the DiGiCo functionality Hutson already knew about, wanted and expected. Therefore it seemed the perfect solution. Best of all, it offered the features and sonics Hutson needed. And he knew he could rely on DiGiCo, so he took an SD11 out for its field debut on the tour with Aaron Lewis. Although small, it performed like a champ. Learn more: https://twitter.com/hutson_clayton