Catching up with Ryan Seacrest

Catching up with Ryan Seacrest is an almost impossible task. Weekdays find him co-hosting Live with Kelly and Ryan in New York. As the ending theme music is still playing, he is out the door and on his way to his live radio program, On Air with Ryan Seacrest, a few steps away. In the afternoon, he looks in on some of his other businesses (Instagram).

A typical Monday morning starts with Ryan’s arrival in New York after finishing filming American Idol in Los Angeles on Sunday evening. The rest of the week-days start early for co-host, producer, and entrepreneur Ryan Seacrest. After coffee and a shake at 7am, he makes his way to the studio. He says he never hits the snooze button and does not waste time during the day. An Email from him is typically two lines long. Seacrest thrives on this schedule and tries to pack as much as possible into his day.

Seacrest’s radio career began very early – he was only sixteen when he got his first experience in high school in Atlanta. He was just nineteen when he made his way to Hollywood to start his broadcasting career. He quickly established himself by hosting ESPN’S Radical Outdoor Challenge in 1993. A host of other programs quickly followed and in 2002, he became host of American Idol Show. By 2003, with the number of weekly viewers reaching 26 million, Ryan Seacrest became the sole host. This success was quickly followed wh

Following the death of Dick Clark, Ryan continued as the sole host and executive producer. As if this whirlwind of producing and broadcasting business wasn’t enough for the boy born with a microphone in his hand – Seacrest mother reports that while other boys were playing with GI Joes, Ryan Seacrest was giving talks on his toy microphone, Seacrest still finds time to pursue his passion for clothing. Ryan Seacrest Distinction, a line of clothing created by Seacrest and sold by Macy’s stores, features classic, but contemporary masculine clothing. 

The shapes, patterns and textures of the fabrics are put together in ways unique to the Distinction label. The line features accessories, outerwear, sweaters, and pants, all coming with style tips to create a coordinated look. 2010 marks the year when Ryan launched the Ryan Seacrest Foundation, a non-profit group of ten centers around the United States that support healthcare for children. In 2012, he named Selena Gomez as ambassador to the foundation.


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Fun Facts You Might Not Know About Bennett Graebner’s “The Bachelor”

“The Bachelor,” produced by executive producer Bennett Graebner, has become an absolute phenomenon. The series never fails to stand out in a crowded reality television landscape. It has led to myriad spinoff series and legions of devoted fans.

Even if you consider yourself a huge fan of “The Bachelor”,  there might be some facts about the hit series that you don’t know. Here are some fun facts about his producer Bennett Graebner and television’s hottest reality show.

Contestants Have To Refer To The Show As “The Journey”

Many fans notice that contestants tend to use the word “journey” a lot. This is because “journey” is the preferred terminology of Bennett Graebner and the production staff. In confessional interviews, contestants will often refer to “the show,” but they are asked to rephrase it as “the journey” in order to not take the viewers out of the experience and to not remind them that they’re watching a series (Vassar). 

Some contestants will use the word “process,” but the production team still feels that this is too close to reminding viewers that they’re watching a show and will ask them to rephrase it to “journey.”

People Don’t Actually Eat During Dinner Dates

The food on the table during the one-on-one dates might look delicious, but no one is actually eating it. This isn’t because Bennett Graebner and his colleagues want the contestants to starve, however. Instead, the contestants don’t eat because their microphones would pick up the sound of their chewing and make the audio from the footage unusable or unpleasant for the audience. Don’t worry about the contestants, though! According to Bennett Graebner, they have an off-camera meal before sitting down to film the dinner, which is typically the same thing they’re served on camera.

Contestants Plan Their Own Limo Exits

Many people assume that Bennett Graebner tells the contestants how to exit the limo, but this isn’t the case. The contestants are actually encouraged to plan their own limo exits all by themselves. If you see a contestant exit the limo in an extremely cheesy fashion, know that their stunt or gimmick was completely the result of their own planning.

Be sure to share these fun facts about “The Bachelor” with all of your friends who are as obsessed with the show as you are.

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Steve Lesnard: The Product Marketing Expert Talks About Two Marketing Principles

In an article dated January 28th of 2019, a product marketing expert gives his insight on how to market products digitally. The article begins to talk about today’s modern world has changed how consumers shop. Specifically, it talks about how technological advances and how society uses them has changed the way products are marketed.

The article goes on to list “two key principles” on marketing products today. The first of the two principles generally talks about using simplicity to make the product “memorable”. The article gives an example of this principle. Steve Lesnard says to create a “storyline” that resonates. Preferably in the introduction of the product being marketed. As part of the product’s “story line” marketing its features to be “innovative” and “relevant” is vital when presenting it to consumers. The article goes on to talk about how Apple applied this type of marketing principle to its products and services. Steve Lesnard details how Apple successfully marketed their first iPod.

Next, the article moves forward to talk about the second marketing principle. This is the handshake between telling a consumer how innovative a product or service is and how it applies in real life. To generalize, this principle means to take an idea and make it tangible. To take the idea and make it into a “reality”. The article then gives examples of this principle.

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Steve Lesnard is the writer of the above-mentioned article. Steve Lesnard is an expert in product marketing and has worked with one of the world’s top athletic brand. He attended F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson College and later earned his Master of Business Administration degree in Business and Entrepreneurship in 1996. He has held many high ranking roles such as Global Brand Concept Director, Global Vice President, and General Manager to just mention a few. He has also worked with superstar Rihanna and Madonna’s choreographer, Jamie King.

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Adam Milstein, the Outstanding Activist

Different traditions result in various sources of anti-Semitism in the modern world thus leading to racism, bigotry, and hate among other social concerns. Recently, North America started to witness increase alliance between radical leftists and Muslims. It is important to note that radical Muslims execute gays, abhor feminism, stone women, and trample on human rights.

Adam Milstein questions why the radical left tends to ignore the bigoted ideas of radical Islam. Such people turn a blind eye to mistreatment of minorities and women. Such an approach only portrays Islam religion as rigid. As such, it becomes quite challenging to point out the differences between radicals and mainstream Muslims.

According to the radical leftists, Israel seems to target Muslims and seems to oppress them. They also view Jews as an influential group of people who cause problems in the Middle East and other parts of the world. Linda Sarsour is a feminist leader who advocates for Sharia law and praises Saudi Arabia’s approach when it comes to treating women.

Two events that were held in Chicago prove that there is allegiance between radical Islam and other people. For instance, the organizers of an event held at SlutWalk Chicago encouraged people to listen to a speech delivered by Rasmea Odeh. Rasmea is a terrorist who was charged with killing Jewish students. According to Linda, the actions of the terrorist were justified.

The right seems to cooperate with radical Muslims when it comes to matters of spreading hatred towards Jews. On the other hand, radical Islamic individuals collaborate with the right when it is suitable to do so. The Grand Mufti informed Adolf Hitler that Arabs and Germans have common enemies. As a result, Adolf developed hatred towards Jews. Radical Muslims tend to focus on ways of destroying Israel since it’s the original home of Jews.

Adam Milstein who is the son of Eva Milshtein was born in Israel. In 1949, Eva moved to Mexico. Adam Milstein started serving in the Israeli Defence Forces in 1971. After Adam completed serving in the army, he pursued economics and business at the Israel Institute of Technology. In 1981, Adam Milstein and his wife moved to the U.S.

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Status Labs Rounds the Corner on Successful Year

If you’ve orbited the internet in the last year or so then you’ve probably heard of the company Status Labs. Status Labs is an online reputation management company that is based out of Texas. The company got their start just over a year ago and since then has been on a whirlwind track of success. Lead by CEO Darius Fisher, Status Labs has become one of the most successful public relation firms in the internet age and it is thanks to their unique take on helping clients.

Everything for Status Labs starts out up top with President Darius Fisher. Fisher does more than just run the company, he leads by example. Fisher is a loud public advocate of privacy and safety on the internet and it is this passion that has led him to be such a great leader. When users involved in the infamous Ashley Madison hack were without help, Fisher offered free aid from his company in order to get them on their feet. In that same vein he offered free help from Status Labs to embattled Mizzou professor Melissa Click who was fired and dragged across the coals for a single moment out of a 12 year career.

Now Status Labs is comprised of over 35 internet professionals whose expertise range from SEO writing all the way to public relations strategy. The encapsulation of these different skills makes Status Labs a unique source of aid for anyone trying to get ahead of their own public image. Status Labs has served clients in over 35 different countries on the planet and they are steadily becoming the go to source of aid when it comes to repairing PR gaffes online.

Not content to just be a company in a sea of corporations, Status Labs has striven to give back to their community. The company is active in several charities in their home state of Texas including The Blood & Tissue Center of Central Texas, The Capital Food Bank of Texas, and even Urban Roots. Expect to see the company continue to spread outward as they cement themselves as a force to be reckoned with.