The Ryan Seacrest Foundation (Website) has announced that it will gift a state-of-the-art broadcast media center to Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children for patients to explore radio, television, and new media.

The Seacrest Studio will be located on the first floor of the hospital near the main atrium and measure roughly 1,200 SF. It will be encased in glass so passing patients and visitors will be able to view the programming taking place inside.

Programming will include closed-circuit network television that other patients can watch on their in-room TV sets, live musical performances, games, interviews with celebrity guests, and more.

The studio will have a team of full-time hospital employees in charge of educational programming as well as internships available for college students.


Brendan O'Connor

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