BMG’s broadcast school places you for training with a radio disc jockey inside a radio station near you.
Let’s face it, being a radio DJ is a fun job.
It’s difficult to imagine a DJ waking up in the morning and saying to themselves: I hate this job. They make me play music, laugh with (or at) callers on the phone, interview famous musicians and celebrities, and be the center of attention. Then, they pay me to represent the station at concerts and award shows.
In truth, many people who want to learn how to be a radio DJ are really asking how they too can get a job they enjoy.
While it’s true that DJs get to do all those things – and more – it’s important to remember that to be a radio DJ you FIRST need to learn a wide range of effective broadcasting skills.
Learn everything about the business from someone working in the business.
Learning how to be a radio DJ is best done with the help and mentorship of an experienced radio DJ. They can show you the ropes and give you an insider’s look at their radio station and the radio industry. BMG’s broadcast school for DJs can help you do just that.
A working radio DJ will teach you the skills you need to eventually gain employment and do your job well. They’ll teach you realistic announcing, interacting with callers, interviewing guests, voicing commercials, and a host of other necessary skills.
You get to watch a pro at work, get hands-on experience from the beginning, and then receive valuable professional feedback.