If you want to learn how to DJ, you may find in your travels around the World Wide Web that there are many colleges and universities that have their radio stations available on the Internet. This is a HUGE marketplace, and could propel you into DJ stardom.
To begin with, college radio on the Internet is a terrific way for you to test your DJ skills and acquire a new audience. What many novice DJs don’t realize is that if you’re online, anyone anywhere in the world can listen to you! Therefore, if your college radio on the Internet gains a following, you can get terrific buzz… all the while doing what you love!
Of course, you’ll have to have a stellar product in order for your college radio on the Internet to go viral. Therefore, you may want to consider one or more of these ways to ensure that you and your fellow radio disc jockeys get the right kind of attention:
- Twitter before, during and after your radio broadcasts.
- If you’re a talk radio DJ, add streaming video to your radio show. People like to watch via webcam when their favorite DJs are discussing topical subjects.
- Take emails during the time your college radio on the Internet is in session. Respond live. (This will help you see how many people are listening and from where they hail.)
- Have guests on your college radio show. Interesting interviews can really bring in an audience.
So… do you think college radio on the Internet is the next big thing in broadcasting? Tell us what’s on your mind today!