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20th August 2014, 01:10 PM
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Re: Career As Disc Jockey

The demand for DJ are increasing day by day. Such creative profession will never go out of fashion.

Top Colleges Offering UG/PG/Other Courses
Splinters DJ School, Mumbai
Azaredo Acoustics, Mumbai
Spin Gurus DJ & Remixing Academy, New Delhi
Panache The DJ School, Hyderabad
DJ Training Academy, Ahmedabad

Career Prospectus:
DJ want to be independent then, have to get in contact with the people who wants to hire a DJ.
DJ should be in a position to own all the basic musical equipments and the systems related to it.
DJ want to be the soul of the party then always remember to hire a sound engineer, who can take care of the proper working of the systems; otherwise that will become a reason to spoil the party.

A disc jockey can earn anywhere between Rs. 5000 and Rs. 8000 per night.
However, the earnings depends on the basis of the popularity and reputation of a particular DJ.
DJ are hired by some discos or pubs, then you can earn anywhere from six to eleven thousand, depending upon the status of the location
7th November 2015, 12:26 PM
Re: Career As Disc Jockey

Hello sir I wan to know about career as disk jockey so here can you please give me its details ?
7th November 2015, 12:27 PM
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Join Date: Aug 2012
Re: Career As Disc Jockey

Hey as disc jockey may work alone, or he may work closely with other broadcast or music professionals as well. In fact, it’s not uncommon for a deejay to work alongside another deejay, particularly in radio. A disc jockey might also work with a Master of Ceremonies or radio producers as well.

Job opportunities :-

A disc jockey can work in a few different settings, depending on his preferences.

Radio stations, for instance, often hire disc jockeys to speak and play music on the air. Most inexperienced radio deejays will usually start their careers in entry level positions, and work their way up to more lucrative positions.

For instance, some radio deejays might start out as fill-ins for full-time deejays, and others might start out working during less desirable time slots.

Dance clubs and nightclubs also hire disc jockeys on occasion

Education Requirements :=

A few successful disc jockeys may have had no formal training, and formal training is not always required to pursue this profession

. In some cases, for instance, a good speaking voice, great personality, and extensive knowledge of music are the only requirements for becoming a deejay.

To help ensure a successful disc jockey career, however, proper schooling and training is usually recommended, but not required.


Disc jockeys are also usually paid hourly wages.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average hourly wage of radio announcers was $19.43 in 2008.

Self-employed deejays, on the other hand, can make anywhere from $25 to a hundred dollars an hour.

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