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Seacrest heads to CAA

Highest paid reality host Ryan Seacrest is leaving long-time agency WMA for CAA. Seacrest spent 10 years repped by WMA, which recently merged with Endeavor to form WME, and its reported the agency switch was caused by Seacrest letting the agency know they would not commission any future deals for Idol or for his lucrative radio deal with Clear Channel.
July 16, 2009

Highest paid reality host Ryan Seacrest is leaving long-time agency WMA for CAA. Seacrest spent 10 years repped by WMA, which recently merged with Endeavor to form WME, and it’s reported the agency switch was caused by Seacrest letting the agency know they would not commission any future deals for Idol or for his lucrative radio deal with Clear Channel.

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