Graduations have been curtailed by COVID-19 so iHeartMedia has teamed up with a raft of celebrities including Jimmy Fallon, Hillary Clinton and Eli Manning to give their own special commencement addresses. The company is launching a podcast, Commencement: Speeches for the Class of 2020, that will feature special speeches. It launches on May 15 ahead of National Graduation Day on May 17. Other stars include Katie Couric, Sienna Miller, David Chang, Mellody Hobson, General Stan McChrystal, David Solomon, Abby Wambach, Mike Krzyzewski, Dr. Oz, Chelsea Handler, Bobbi Brown, Stephanie Ruhle, Guy Raz, Sylvia Rhone, Halsey, John Legend, Kesha, DJ Khaled, Khalid, Pitbull and Tim McGraw. It will also feature iHeartRadio personalities including Ryan Seacrest, Enrique Santos, Angie Martinez, Bobby Bones, Jake Brennan and Angela Yee. Related Story IHeartMedia Targets $250M In 2020 Cost Savings With Furloughs, Pay Cuts The speeches will be produced specifically for the podcast, through the iHeartPodcast Network, and are dedicated to all the graduating classes of 2020 who will miss their commencement celebrations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “Because so many schools and colleges have moved to online learning to ensure the safety of their students, many graduates are missing their commencement ceremonies, traditionally such significant milestones… Read full this story
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