The Voice Broadcast Media Center Opens Friday at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia!

July 14, 2011 10:46 am

Friday will be a very exciting day for the young patients at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). After months of construction, the new interactive multimedia broadcast center called “The Voice” and provided by the Ryan Seacrest Foundation will be ready for its grand opening. Ryan Seacrest and a special guest will be launching the media center and introducing the patients to the state-of-the-art equipment.

The closed-circuit studio is designed to give seriously ill and injured children a creative outlet to experience activities related to radio, television and new media during their hospital stay. Patients visiting The Voice will have the ability to host their own radio shows, interview celebrities, watch live musical performances, request songs and much more. The Philadelphia site is the second media center to open after the successful completion of the first center last November at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta in Georgia. The Voice at CHOP is a stunning facility, but it had a modest beginning. Check out the photos of its construction below!

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