At 16, Ryan Seacrest planted his journalism seeds as an intern at WSTR-FM radio in Atlanta, where he was born and raised. By his freshman year at the University of Georgia, EPSN tapped him to host a weekend TV sports game show. He was doing pretty well but decided to cut his studies short to move to Los Angeles. That's where the luck bug first bit him. At 20, Seacrest became host of Los Angeles radio station KYSR-FM's afternoon radio program "Ryan Seacrest for the Ride Home." The program became the station's No. 1 show and nationally syndicated. Seacrest is pictured here with the program co-host Lisa Foxx.
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