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Seacrest Foundation To Build Studio In Hospital

Posted at 3:59 PM, Dec 14, 2015

Celebrity and radio talk show host, Ryan Seacrest has partnered with the Monro Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt to build a multimedia broadcast studio for children.

The studio will be sponsored by the Ryan Seacrest Foundation. The foundation builds Seacrest studios in pediatric hospitals.

Patients will be able to explore radio, television, and new media while the heal at the hospital.

“It’s an honor and privilege to expand our studio footprint to Nashville,” said Seacrest. “Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt has fully embraced the spirit and intent of Seacrest Studios. We are confident that patients, their families, and the entire hospital community will benefit from the addition of our studio.”

The studio will be built on the second floor inside the Butterfly Garden performance area.

It will be a 723-Square-foot studio encased in glass, and a large window will overlook the hospital’s main entrance, lobby area.

The studio was scheduled to open in early 2016.