With his thriving broadcasting career and multiple ventures, Ryan Seacrest is at the forefront of the media and entertainment industry. While hosting and producing multiple television and radio programs, building his Ryan Seacrest Productions (RSP) banner into a leading television production company and managing a myriad of brand and business ventures, Seacrest is redefining what it means to be a successful Hollywood entrepreneur.
I'm Reesha On TheRadio! I'm originally from the Dirty South, Nashville, Tenn., to be exact. But I've been living here in the Pacific Northwest since 2001 and I LOVE IT here! When I'm not busy checking my Twitter and Facebook every 20 minutes, you can find me chasing after my bubbly 3-year-old, Willow! If I'm not doing that, I am glued to the TV watching "Scandal," "Homeland" and "Once Upon A Time."
Yo!!! Names D-Rez, hangin out with you during the weekends. Mixin the hits in The Saturday NIght Mix. Relaxing with you on your Sunday afternoons. Coming from the Yakama Nation rez. Graduating from Wapato High School, Class of '04. Besides being on radio, you can see me through out the community either at a pow wow, selling some Cutco, in a parade, or at Jackson's in the DJ booth. While I'm in the studio hit me up, call me up 509-972-1073, text 95487, or on facebook
How are you feelin'? I'm married with three kids, love cooking (when I find the time) and love old video games. I'm a retro nerd who loves to reminisce about the '80s and '90s and am an autism-awareness advocate. - PSN, Xbox Live and Wii U, game with me! @johnblueriggs (also on Instagram, Twitter and Pintrest)
I've been up and down the radio dial -- as the infamous "WKRP" theme song says. I started right out of high school in 1988 in my hometown of Clarkston Wash., at KCLK -- a country station -- and from there moved all over Idaho, Montana, California and Washington state at various radio stations. I was on KMPS in Seattle in the '90s and moved to Yakima in '98 as Program Director of KFFM. I moved again and again until I was in Bakersfield Calif., and then Tri-Cities