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‘An RJ’s job is about non-stop thinking’

23-July-2011
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‘An RJ’s job is about non-stop thinking’

“An RJ’s job is not about non-stop talking, but about non-stop thinking. You have to have presence of mind and adapt as per the given situation and at the same time establish your own identity. It’s critical to understand your listeners,” says Anuraag Pandey, Radio Jockey, Fever 104 FM. More

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