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Seacrest family visit

Feb. 16, 2017, 9:31 AM

(photo by John Russell)

Gary, Connie and Meredith Seacrest recently made their first trip back to Seacrest Studios since opening the multimedia broadcast facility at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt last March. Seacrest Studios at Children’s Hospital marks the 10th broadcast media center the Ryan Seacrest Foundation (RSF) has opened inside a pediatric hospital. RSF and the studios are charitable endeavors by radio and television host and producer Ryan Seacrest and his family. Pictured, from left, are Gary Seacrest, Meredith Seacrest,  Children’s Hospital studio manager Mamie Shepherd, and Connie Seacrest.

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