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modify delete 3273 - from BullsEye Radio (USA) - 2010-06-03
Disc Jockey (D.J.) : "Seeking Internet DJ's"

How do you become a DJ with BullsEye Radio ?

Currently Bullseye Radio is seeking on air talent to fill in shifts, to help us to go live 24 hours a day - 7 days a week . The times available are on our calendar. There are many time slots available.

Here at BullsEye Radio we are a legally licensed Internet radio station so therfor , you must agree to adhere to our policies and rules that keep us legal , they are simple rules , nothing that cant be follwed easily , such as following D.M.C.A. rules , no vulgar or x-rated shows , no hate or discriminating shows , things of that nature , there is no discussion about this. Thats the way it is. If you cant agree to that , then please do not apply.

All positions at this time are for experience only , hopefully when we get bigger , I will be able to offer a pay of some sort , but right now you would be doing this with no pay, to get your name out there.

We have a DJ process to be followed before you begin any on-air show. If you do not go through the process , you will not be allowed on air , simple as that.

While we are strict on the rules that keep us legal , we are lenient on the fun that you can have with BullsEye Radio. We have a Video chatroom , state of the art Flash Technology , where we gather with our listeners , take requests , joke , laugh , go on cam , and it is really alot of fun. We have a good crowd of people.
All the Times that are available are Eastern Standard Time . When applying for a certain time , please keep this in mind and adjust to your time zone.

We are a happy , professional, family here and hope you will consider joining us. PLEASE INQUIRE BY EMAIL FOR MORE INFO -
Remember , when people want the best . . . . they Aim for the BullsEye ! Be part of a winning team , a great family of friends , and part of the people that really do have a love for music.

Here are a few things you'll want to make sure you have before applying :
1) A large MP3 collection . . .at least enough music to do a 3 hour show
2) A headset mic in good working condition that will bring your voice across the air clearly
3) An idea of what type of show you want to do
4) A fast computer with at least 1 gig of ram
Must be serious and want to really be part of a team

John Michaels
Owner / BullsEye Radio Broadcasting

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modify delete 26397 - Reply from joker , 23 y.o. (TUN) - 2014-05-24

hello i am dj from tunisia i love this job it's the best really i work dj 3 years in disco party in tunisia i liked so much and i want to try in another contry so i think some one need dj

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modify delete 15647 - Reply from STEVEN , 23 y.o. (KEN) - 2012-04-13

i would like to be a dj with your radio station

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modify delete 14347 - Reply from Jane (USA) - 2012-01-16

If this offer is still open, I would enjoy this gig.
I have been djing for a couple of years now, about 3-4, and own a very large music collection, professional headphones, and a nice computer to get me along.
I enjoy all types of music, especially house, techno, and trance.

I'm American and I go by DJ Trekk.
Thanks for reading this!

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modify delete 14229 - Reply from sean , 25 y.o. (USA) - 2012-01-10

A pleasant good day to you i am Sean McCurbin Popularly known as Dj Essence, I am an American of a Jamaican decent love music. I have been djing for about 6 years now, played at house parties then stepped up to weddings then on to club. I love djing and i have a passion for music and i love to play. I am interesting in your offer and if its still not available please let me know and thanks in advance.

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modify delete 4733 - Reply from Katelyn , 14 y.o. (USA) - 2010-12-16

Hello there, I've been looking twords becomming a profecional D.J for quite some time now, I know a few things; However I lack alot of the experience needed. Im female, Only fourteen years of age. I know Im young, and I wasn't sure the age limit. I have the proper equipment listed as well. I also had a few questions.
Is this an all online deal? Or is there a studio we would be at? Whats sorts of music would we be allowed to air? (Im more into techno styles myself.) Would it cost anything to join?
Thank you for your time,
-Katelyn/ DJ Lilark

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