How To Become A Disc Jockey
Radio broadcasting is an essential part of the music industry that presents a variety of information, music, and entertainment to many different audiences. Disc jockeys are radio professionals that broadcast recorded music to a target audience. Disc jockeys typically need at least a high school diploma and related experience. Many disc jockeys complete formal training at vocational and technical schools or community colleges. Prospective disc jockeys often complete courses in broadcast journalism, public speaking, communications, and radio broadcasting. Employment of disc jockeys is expected to decline slowly, decreasing 4% from 2008 to 2018.