World Day DJ (World DJ Day) — it is rather not an official holiday, but an important charity event, which began in 2002 on behalf of the International club industry. Every year around the world held a week of charity events in aid of children's organizations, and the culmination of charity events and is a On March 9, — World Day of the DJ.
Originally initiated event were the fund World DJ Fund and the organization Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy, which uses music to treat children and adults. Traditionally, all profits earned by DJs, clubs, radio stations to this day, is sent to various international children's funds and institutions.
For several years, the annual tradition of charitable support DJ-known media — MTV, Radio 1, Galaxy, Mixmag, DJ, Muzik, Hello, Face, Loaded and FHM, as well as stars of the world dance scene — Pete Tong, Danny Tenaglia, Sasha, Dave Seaman, Paul Oakenfold, Paul Van Dyk, Carl Cox, Seb Fontaine, Sister Bliss and many others.
Radio DJ introduces the audience with news (Photo: Tsian, Shutterstock) Word DJ, as we know, is an acronym English DJ (sometimes found writing deejay) — disc jockey (DJ) — defines the profession and the person who selects and plays recorded music for an audience. Initially, under the disk (disk) meant the plate, but in recent years have become increasingly popular CDs. In this regard, today the concept of disc jockey involves all kinds of music playback, which is independent of the source of the music.
There are several types of DJs. Radio DJs are and play music, which is transmitted via radio AM, FM, shortwave, digital channels or internet radio stations.
Club DJs select and play music in bars, nightclubs , discos and even stadiums. Mobile disc jockeys travel with portable sound systems and provide music at various events. And sometimes the DJs themselves sing and play rap and reggae.