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RADIO JOCKEY WORKSHOPS

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RADIO JOCKEY ( R.J.) WORKSHOPS

A perfect practical training Foundation for an EXCITING Career!

HOW TO BECOME A RADIO JOCKEY

“I am excited to be here and take the privilege to be being your host on today’s show.” Sounds familiar?

Well if you are planning your career as a Radio Jockey or willing to join the radio broadcasting industry and even just updating your knowledge, you have landed on resourceful place dedicate to the same – STENODAC’S short-duration Radio Jockey Workshops.

The world of radio is fascinating. In fact, the thought of one’s voice traveling via airwaves is exciting. The sound of air checks, promos, and more! And, if you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to become a Radio Disc Jockey, I hope this intro will give you some insight.

WANT TO BE AN RJ ?

Well to begin with Radio Jockey is specially someone who plays music on radio of her or his own and audiences choice simultaneously interacting with people, delivering relevant local, national & international news and information in his or her very own style.

You need a pleasant speaking voice and excellent verbal skills for this job. On the air, you may introduce music, conduct interviews, and read commercials and even the weather forecast.

As a backstage performer a RADIO JOCKEY haS to visualize the words comes out of his or her throat. She or he has to make the audience feel as if an event is going on in front of them. A R.J. career require enthusiasm, rationality , creativity of mind , good sense of humor, excellent communication skills & ownership of a live appealing voice.

In our RJ Workshop we will provide you the required information regarding radio broadcasting industry, tips & techniques to improve your skills, provide coaching for radio jockey and more resources related to radio.

In India, RADIO JOCKEY on FM is a very young, new medium and therefore keeps changing. Don’t think that there aren’t any opportunities out there for beginning broadcasters. Never Give Up. Anyway, if you are willing – keep your nose to the grindstone and work hard, and maybe we’ll see you on the next nightly music live show! :)

LIVING IT UP!

Live shows are fun. You say something and it’s on air. A song plays; you react to it as soon as it ends. That comes from your heart.

Recorded shows give you time to prepare. You can speak passionately for about 10 or 15 minutes. You can record quickly.
Live radio is spontaneous. You have pointers — some cracks, some lines you want to say.
This is one profession that provides a lot of scope for quick growth. All you need is talent and perseverance.

ONCE YOU HAVE GOT THE EXPERIENCE…

* You could do voice-overs.
* You could dub for ad films and movies.
* You could host or compere live events.
* You could even try your hand at hosting a television show (make sure you are telegenic, though!).

LOOKING INTO THE FUTURE

Alternate professions include becoming a music consultant, going into production and writing scripts. It depends on your skill. Anyway, there are numerous opportunities out there for those interested in radio broadcasting.

STRUCTURE OF STENODAC’S – RADIO JOCKEY WORKSHOP

* Role of Announcers, Presenters and Comperes

Duties Performed by Announcers
Duties and Responsibilities of an Announcer
Abilities of an Announcer

* Know Your Voice

Voice and Speech Clarity
Effective and efficient use of Speech
Production, Transmission and Perception of Speech
Pitch, Volume and Tempo of a Voice
Voice Clarity
Problems of Voice Quality
Problems of Vocal Delivery
Problems in Breathing

* Pronunciation and Articulation

Basic Concept of Phonetics
Organisation of Speech
* Basics for Radio Presenters

MIC Conscious
Speech as the Basis of Living
The Importance of Effective Speech

* Radio Formats

* Writing Radio Scripts

Writing for the Radio
Difference in Print Writing and Radio Writing
The Speed and Timing
Presenting the Script

* Presentation Techniques

Announcement
Compering
Film Music Presentation
Music Presentations
Invited Audience Programme
Running Commentary
Radio Jockey
Anchor
Interviewer
News Reader

 

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