Do you want become a radio jockey, here are the top skills


RJs (radio jockeys) are the voices who inform and entertain us while we are driving to school, college, office, or the market, or simply lounging around in our living rooms with a pair of headphones nestled into our ears.


Individualized audio persona

It is a popular misconception that radio jockeys must have a lovely voice. The reality is that RJs should have a pleasant voice that they can use to interact with the audience. At the same time, having a good voice isn't the only thing that helps RJs connect with their listeners. They also need a distinct audio identity that connects with the audience, one that makes the audience feel like the RJ is a friend.

Because listeners form a bond with this personality over time, it's critical to maintain consistency. Only when RJs are themselves can they achieve this consistency.


Be a good listener.

One must be a good listener and observer in addition to being a good speaker and storyteller. Even when they turn off their microphone and mingle with the people around them, radio jockeys are still doing their job.


Content is key

It is critical for RJs to comprehend the language in which their audience thinks, in addition to knowing the language in which their audience talks. They must pay attention to the people around them by conversing with them, observing their speech patterns, and learning their tales. This aids not just in the creation of creative content, but also in the discussion of important subjects.

Radio jockeys collaborate closely with the production team to provide well-crafted material via specific shows, innovative segments, and online, on-air, and on-ground events. Radio jockeys' pay is not set, but rather based on their abilities, and might range from Rs 25 to Rs 40 thousand per month at the beginning.


Choosing a profession

If you like audio storytelling, are interested in radio, and enjoy listening as much as talking, you can become a radio jockey. A bachelor's degree in communication, media, or journalism can aid in a better understanding of the medium and its demands.