Radio Jockey Education and Job Requirements

Radio Jockey Requirements

The job of a radio jockey is mainly about interacting with the audience in a radio channel over telephone. Sometimes the interaction takes place via internet. The radio jockey discusses various topics and plays music relevant to the discussion in most of the cases. The programs are aired live. RJ is the short name given to a radio jockey. The finer points regarding the education and job requirements for becoming a good radio jockey are enlisted below.

Education requirements:

  • Although no formal education is necessary for becoming a radio jockey yet a graduation in audio engineering is an added advantage.
  • Certified training or diploma in radio jockeying techniques is a must.

Job requirements:

  • The interested candidates must have very good voice with excellent tone quality and modulation.
  • Having superior communication skills and creative bend of mind to make the program more interactive with the listeners and participants.
  • Possessing knowledge about current affairs and fluent in discussing on variegated contemporary topics.
  • Knowing the correct method of using different kinds of microphones.
  • The interested candidates must think out of the box during the conversations to add ‘punches’ in the interactive sessions.

The details above are sufficient for any concerned authority to recruit the right candidate.

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