How to become a Radio Jockey?
A Radio Jockey is very different from past radio personalities in India, who were simply termed as announcers. They not only inform you but entertain you, interact with you, and some of them are not less than celebrities.
A radio presenter is a person who has an on-air position in radio broadcasting. A radio personality who hosts a radio show is also known as a radio host, and in India as a radio jockey.
Bachelor degree or diploma or certificat course
Minimum Qualification Required for Diploma & Post Graduate Diploma in Radio Programming & Broadcast Management.
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Bachelor in journalism and Mass communication
Bachelor in mass communication
Diploma in mass communication
Master in journalism and Mass communication
Diploma in Radio Management
Diploma in Radio Programming and Management
Diploma in Radio Programming and Broadcast Management (DRPM)
Diploma in Radio Production and Radio Jockeying (DRJ)
Post Graduate Diploma in Radio and Broadcast Management (PGDRBM)
Certificate Course in Radio Jockeying (CRJ)
Radio Jockey Salary
A Radio Jockey can earn anything between INR 10,000 to 30,000 initially but as one gains experience and popularity, salary of a Radio Jockey can go up to 1.5 to 2 lakhs per month.