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MEDIA: PRINT, RADIO, AND TELEVISION - Journalism: Critic • Journalist • Reviewer • Writer, Radio: Music Director • Program Director • Station Manager

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The media make the public aware of music by broadcasting it, talking about it, and writing about it. An entire book could be devoted to the diverse jobs available in music journalism, radio, and television. This chapter highlights one job in each category.



The disc jockey, or on-air personality, is responsible for making sure there is no dead air time by filling the time with music and patter. The deejay introduces songs, does commercials, reads news, and is expected to have an engaging personality and voice that keeps listeners tuned in.

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