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A radio presenter or disc jockey.
- ‘Listeners kept calling and sending text messages to the radio jockey from all parts of Mumbai, telling him about the rains in their neighbourhood.’
- ‘Carnatica has initiated a voice management course for people who use their voice professionally, such as singers, musicians, radio jockeys and call centre executives.’
- ‘The Radio City radio jockey will interview him on the ‘Brunch with the Boss’ show.’
- ‘They feel connected with the station they listen to as the radio jockey talks about their world.’
- ‘When radio jockeys aired a hitherto-unknown singer, little did they know that his voice would raise a storm of appreciation.’
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