DURATION
4 Weeks
EFFORT
04:00 hours per week
FORMAT
Online
CATEGORY
Mass Comm & Media
LANGUAGE
Hindi

Course Insights

Do you love to be heard and adored by everyone? Being a Radio Jockey can help you live your dream to the fullest. You can amuse people with your funny antics and anecdotes and spice up the fun by playing amazing songs. This course introduces students to the all-new and engaging curriculum. You will get to learn about voice modulation, speaking skills and scriptwriting for radio shows. You will also gain knowledge about every technical aspect of a radio station.

  • Course Highlights
      • Duration- 4 weeks
      • Industry Expert Mentors
      • Recorded Video Lectures & E-Workbooks
      • Self-paced Learning
      • Doubt-clearing Sessions
      • AAFT Alumni Status
      • Placement Assistance
      • Digital Verified Certification
  • What you will learn
    • In this course, you will learn about the history and evolution of radio. As you go deeper, you will study about different functions of a radio station and the responsibilities of a Radio Jockey in the social as well as the commercial environment. You will also learn to write the script and design a radio show.

  • Pre-Requisites
      • Have an intermediate understanding of English and Hindi language
      • Penchant for creativity and innovation
      • Flair for public communication and audience interaction
      • Have good knowledge of current affairs to gauge the audience's demands
      • Zeal to observe things minutely and differently

Career Prospects

Prepare yourself for these roles after you complete the course

Radio Jockey

Voice-over Artist

Show Producer

Assistant Producer

Scriptwriter and Lyricist

Course Preview

A sample of the recorded lecture to give you an idea of the format and depth of the course.

Course Synopsis

Here’s how the course will progress once you enroll yourself in it.

  • Course Orientation
    2 Lectures
    02:54 Mins
    • Let's Begin

      Introduce Yourself

  • Module 1 - Scope of Radio Jockey
    5 Lectures
    02:54 Mins
    • 1.1. Overview - 10:02 Mins

      1.2. Qualities of a Radio Jockey - 42:52 Mins

      1.3. Industry Research - 4:48 Mins

      1.4. Build Your Career in Radio - 5:26 Mins

      1.5. Summarize - 4:20 Mins

      Module 1 - Assignment

      Survey End of Module 1

  • Module 2 - Introduction to Radio Jockey
    12 Lectures
    02:54 Mins
    • 2.1. Evolution of Radio -

      2.2. What is Community Radio? -

      2.3. Possibilities in Commercial Radio -

      2.4. Introduction to Radio Jockey -

      2.5. Welcome to the World of RJing-

      2.6. Why Confidence is Important? -

      2.7. Responsibilities -

      2.8. Be the All Rounder -

      2.9. Show Prep -

      2.10. Be Spontaneous, Be Fast -

      2.11. Be Persistent - 'Dhith Bano' -

      2.12. Observation -

      Module 2 - Assignment

      Survey End of Module 2

  • Module 3 - Radio Broadcasting
    8 Lectures
    02:54 Mins
    • 3.1. Basic Understanding of Radio Station -

      3.2. Programming Department -

      3.3. Sub Departments -

      3.4. Sales Department -

      3.5. Understanding Podcast -

      3.6. Breaking Radio’s Monopoly -

      3.7. Start Your Podcast -

      3.8. Go Beyond the Norm -

      Module 3 - Assignment

      Survey End of Module 3

  • Module 4 - Radio Shows
    8 Lectures
    02:54 Mins
    • 3.1. Basic Understanding of Radio Station -

      3.2. Programming Department -

      3.3. Sub Departments -

      3.4. Sales Department -

      3.5. Understanding Podcast -

      3.6. Breaking Radio’s Monopoly -

      3.7. Start Your Podcast -

      3.8. Go Beyond the Norm -

      Module 3 - Assignment

      Survey End of Module 3

  • Module 5 - The Jock Talk
    8 Lectures
    02:54 Mins
    • 5.1. Meeting -

      5.2. Planning -

      5.3. Recording the Parody Song - Rehearsal -

      5.4. Editing and Finalizing the Song -

      5.5. How to Execute? -

      5.6. How to Go Live On Air? -

      5.7. Contest Time -

      5.8. Conclusion -

      Module 5 - Assignment

      Survey End of Module 5

  • Module 6 - Building Content for Your Programme
    6 Lectures
    02:54 Mins
    • 6.1. Ideation -

      6.2. Why Ideation is Important? -

      6.3. Don't Set Boundaries -

      6.4. Station Level Ideation -

      6.5. Show Level Ideation -

      6.6. Script Writing -

      Assignment

      6.7. Story Telling -

      Module 6 - Assignment

      Survey End of Module 6

  • Module 7 - Planning and Execution of Radio Production
    4 Lectures
    02:54 Mins
    • 7.1. What is Diction? -

      7.2. Need for Diction -

      7.3. Exercises -

      7.4. Let's Practice Diction -

      Module 7 - Assignment

      Survey End of Module 7

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The Experts at AAFT Online bring a blend of professional experience and academic expertise to provide you with the right skills to become a market ready professional!

Sidharth Gandotra

Radio Jockey and Senior Producer Experience: 15 Years

Radio Jockey and Senior Producer Experience: 15 Years Sidharth has made immense contributions to radio. Initially, he started conceptualizing and deciding the content for the shows on-air as well as taking care of innovations daily. He produced four different shows other than the morning show 'Chalti ka naam gaadi' on Zabardast Hit 95FM, which is being aired in SF, NJ, NY, and CT. He has been contributing to scripting promos for special events, copies for interstitials, promos, etc. After that, he joined Fever as a senior producer.

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