Disk Jockeys, also known as DJs, play music videos on radio shows, nightclubs, and public events. DJs mostly work with radio stations offering programmes, talk shows, and chat shows. They ensure that music recordings and commercials are played on time and often communicate with listeners via social media.
Mentors from the field
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Career prospects & criteria
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Bachelors in Journalism/Mass Communication
BA Hons. (English/Mass Communication)
Diploma or Certification in Radio/Video Jockeying / Anchoring Training/Radio Management
Diploma in Radio Jockey
What you need to get started
A good sense of music
Knowledge about the equipment used in different genres of music
A sense of properly mixing the different soundtracks