Ryan Seacrest opens broadcast studio at Charlotte hospital for children

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Levine Children’s Hospital in Charlotte and the Ryan Seacrest Foundation opened a multimedia broadcast center on Monday, according to The Charlotte Business Journal.

The Seacrest Studios will allow patients a chance to explore radio, television and new media.

“Seacrest Studios is a great addition to our hospital, and will provide a unique opportunity for our patients to explore their creative side while adding a special energy and excitement to their recovery,” Dr. Leonard Feld, chief medical officer for the children’s hospital told the Journal.

The facility includes five microphones, production-quality video cameras and a green screen for use in video projects.

Seacrest was on hand for the studio’s first broadcast featuring a live performance by singer Austin Mahone and a visit from NASCAR driver Martin Truex Jr.

Read more: The Charlotte Business Journal

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