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I have just passed 10th but i am interested in becoming a radio jockey could i ?

03 Apr '08 01:59 pm
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Dear friend, The Xavier Institute of Communications (XIC) is a professional media centre which offers a variety of services in training and production. The Institute is located on the St. Xaviers College campus, Mumbai. (Website link : http://www.xaviercomm.org/). No formal training is required in Radio Jockeying since it is a talented based field. To develop confidence and flare in this field, one needs to have exposure. RJ hunts or talent search are often conducted by FM channels to bring out original unique talent.

There are a number of universities and institutes that offer courses in communication and broadcasting and a couple of institutes offering training on how to handle auditions and conduct short term workshops that focus on pronunciation, reading styles, music appreciation and creative thinking. But in the field of Radio Jockeying, only few institutes offer specialised courses and most of them have been started by well known anchors. Information on the institutes offe ...more
Answered by Doctor Know, 03 Apr '08 02:21 pm

 
  
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srt practising within ur friend circle.. apply aftr skool n lets see wht uve gt..
Answered by alok, 03 Apr '08 03:31 pm

 
  
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