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  1. OK, I enjoyed this segment. I have a question in which would involve any opinion from you, Jason or Lauren. I have been a DJ now since 1998 doing different swing/blues/soul dance exchanges where I mix in everything from hip hop to indie rock to pop beside sing, soul and blues. I love music and I been in music since middle school being in the band and jazz band. Now I want to bring my music talents on the air. Do I really need a degree or a certification showing what I know already or just being a DJ since 1998 be enough. I have been told by many people at all my exchanges I have DJ, I was their favorite and the mixes I put out there, nobody expected what I play next and the floor always hoppin'. I always listen for new things to try out on my next DJ list and maybe even if I can find a local station to play at to start be nice as well. I feel that music is a part of life, without it life gets dull. I pull out a bunch of quotes from songs as how I remember things and the way I feel but the one that sticks out to me the most and when I DJ to everyone is this: "It's a new dawn, it's a new day, it's a new life for me. And I'm feeling good." – Muse

  2. Don't get into the business. There are no jobs. Most radio stations incorporate satellite radio programming and those that do not haven't the funding to reward you with adequate money or a long term career. Just listen to the airwaves if you're not a believer. The more "spots" that are run for Viagra, Beta Prostate, and instant car loans are simply padding for commercial time to facilitate breaks. The spots generate little if no money to the station at all. Compare that to the "talent" they have on the air, most big radio stations today sound like High School Radio. Actually High School Radio sounds better. You get my drift? This video, although old and outdated is full of crap. Have a nice day. me.

  3. hello my name isĀ CandiĀ g i just apply for dj job at an radio do u think its the right thing for me because i just started getting into making music but i want an music job do u think by me applying for dj job at the radio will get me started in the musicĀ businessĀ thank you.

  4. TOO MANY FUCKING ADVERTISEMENTS! Seriously… Is this a video on becoming a radio dj? Or is it a video of commercials.

  5. WRSU veteran? No wonder you sound familiar. So Radio doesn't pay big bucks? Who would have guessed?
    I think Matt did well for himself, but there aren't too many stories like his.

  6. WRSU veteran? No wonder you sound familiar. So Radio doesn't pay big bucks? Who would have guessed?
    I think Matt did well for himself, but there aren't too many stories like him.

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