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I have heard that most of the Radio Jockeys are confined to closed studios. Isn't that too boring?

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RE: I have heard that most of the Radio Jockeys are confined to closed studios. Isn't that too boring?

Deepak Rana
Deepak Rana
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You must know that the job of a Radio Jockey is not boring at all and in fact it is pretty exciting. Let me explain the reasons below why and how they get to enjoy their job all the time:


1. Radio Jockeys do not work whole day. You must be knowing that a Radio Jockey doesn't host more than one or two shows on the daily basis. Which means most of their time is spent outside the radio stations and therefore are not confined to the room.

2. Radio Jockeys have to coordinate with other staff members to plan the show and make any changes if required. A lot of discussions go behind the show that we hear on the radio. What kind of experiments to do, what kind of things to talk about, what kind of music to listen, all these things are discussed thoroughly by the team and therefore is a matter of fun for Radio Jockeys.

3. They have to educate themselves about the various things happening around the world. Once they are on air they need to entertain people and therefore they are required to know the latest news and occurrences around us. They read the news, talk to people and learn interesting things to manage the whole show and entertain the people.

4. Even though the Radio Jockeys are sitting inside their cabin in a Radio Station, they are often connected to the outside world via telephone. Quite often people call them and share their thoughts and also request them to play certain songs as well. A lot of talks and conversations take place during the show and therefore they never get bored.

5. Radio Jockeys also invite celebrities as guests in their shows and therefore get the chance to interview them. Sometimes it is a live interview and other times it is a recorded one. In either case, you have a chance to meet the celebrities and ask as many questions as you want. This is quite a fun thing for many radio Jockeys and they enjoy it.

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