American Top 20 was the name given to two weekly spinoffs of the music countdown program American Top In contrast with its parent series, which catered to popular music stations, American Top 20 provided the same service to adult contemporary stations. One of the weekly countdowns was produced for hot adult contemporary stations, while the other was produced for mainstream adult contemporary stations. The latter of the two series would see its survey cut in half starting with the week ending on March 20, , becoming known as American Top Both versions of American Top 20 had their roots in two other countdowns done by Kasem during his time with the Westwood One Radio Network. The AC program was titled Casey's Countdown and launched on March 7, as a three-hour program featuring the twenty-five biggest hits of the week.
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The program is currently hosted by Ryan Seacrest and presented as an adjunct to his weekday radio program, On Air with Ryan Seacrest. Originally a production of Watermark Inc. Nearly radio stations in the United States, and several other territories worldwide air AT40 making it one of the most listened-to weekly radio programs in the world. GEICO is the main sponsor for the show. Shadoe Stevens took over the program on August 13, , and hosted until January 28, , when the original program came to an end. Kasem, who had spent nine years hosting his own countdown for Westwood One, returned to hosting his creation on March 28, Seacrest took over AT40 on January 10, , following Kasem's retirement from the series. However, there is no distinction made between the two shows on air. There are also two classic editions of the original AT40 distributed every weekend, featuring past Kasem-hosted shows from the s and s.
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