A disc jockey, more commonly abbreviated as DJ, is a person who plays recorded music for an audience. Most common types of DJs include radio DJs, club DJs, who work at a nightclub or music festival, mobile DJs, who are hired to work at public and private events (weddings, parties, festivals), and turntablists who use record players, usually turntables, to manipulate sounds on phonograph records.
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Disc Jockey, a 1951 film starring Ginny Simms, Tom Drake,...
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The term "disc jockey" first appeared in print in a 1941 issue of Variety magazine, although the origin of the term is generally attributed to American radio news commentator Walter Winchell who used it to describe radio presenter Martin Block's practice of introducing phonograph recordings to create a "Make Believe Ballroom" experience for ...
A disc jockey (also called a DJ or deejay) is a person who plays recorded pop or dance music for dancers or listeners and introduces the names of the songs using a microphone. Types of DJs. There are several types of DJs. A radio DJ plays music files (like mp3) or recorded CDs on a radio station and announces the names of the songs.
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Mobile disc jockeys (also known as mobile DJs or mobile discos) are disc jockeys that tour with portable sound, lighting, and video systems. They play music for a targeted audience from a collection of pre-recorded music using vinyl records, cassettes, CDs, or digital music formats such as USB flash drives or laptop computers.
Bob Rogers OAM (born 3 December 1926) is an Australian disc jockey and radio broadcaster. He presents the six-hour Saturday evening Reminiscing program on Sydney radio station 2CH and previously presented The Bob Rogers Show on weekday mornings.
- 3 December 1926 (age 93)
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Sir Jimmy Young CBE (21 September 1921 – 7 November 2016), was an English singer, disc jockey and radio personality. Early in his career in the 1950s he had two number ones, "Unchained Melody" and "The Man from Laramie", both in 1955, and several other top ten hits in the UK chart, but he became better known for his long-running show on BBC Radio 2, The JY Prog, which ran from 1973 until 2002.
(Redirected from Dave Cash (disc jockey)) David Charles Wish (18 July 1942 – 21 October 2016), known as Dave Cash , was a British-Canadian radio presenter who latterly worked for BBC Radio Kent , having had previous spells at Radio London , BBC Radio 1 , Capital London , Radio West (he was launch programme controller at the Bristol station ...
Il disc jockey è di solito un professionista dell'intrattenimento il cui compito è di selezionare, molto spesso in una discoteca o in un club, a seconda dei gusti del pubblico, delle occasioni, ma anche del suo stile personale, brani musicali di vario genere, attraverso un impianto di amplificazione, del quale l'ambiente stesso è munito, e al quale è collegata la consolle (o disco-consolle).
Një disc jockey, gjithashtu i njohur edhe si DJ, është një person që e zgjedh dhe e luan muzikën e regjistruar, për një audiencë.Fillimisht, disk referohet tek regjistrimet në gramafon, gjithashtu referohet te Compact Disc, dhe është bërë shqiptim më i shpeshtë.
A devoted fan of heavy metal, Cox considers himself more of a comedian than a disc jockey. The show itself rapidly covers a range of topics in a comedic format, from major current events to obscure pop culture; regular segments like "Sperm News", "Why Florida Sucks", and "Are You Smarter Than a Dumbass?"