“In radio, they say, nothing happens until the announcer says it happens.” ~Ernie Harwell Radio Jockeys specifically are the people who anchor programs and give commentaries on the radio. The task of a radio jockey is to keep the listeners entertained and engaged by playing music, conveying a message or conversing with guests. Radio Jockeying as it looks like, is not just about talking, it also includes music programming, scripting, presenting radio shows and lending voice to commercials, documentaries, etc.
|BA (Journalism & Mass Communication) + Diploma in Electronic Media|
|Eligibility||10+2/Graduation (any discipline) (Graduation in Mass Communication will be preferred)|
|Average Course Fee||₹20,000 to ₹5,00,000|