In honor of National DJ Day, I thought back about my greatest day in radio. Instead of making you read all of it, I made this unpaid intern put this video together and gather some of the best moments from my career.
I was asked about my "greatest day in radio" for todays national DJ Day. I had many, but this day was especially nice 😀Posted by Jeff Zito on Thursday, January 20, 2022
Check out some more of the highlights of my career right here.
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Rest in Peace, Bob Garrett!
“The first-ever disc jockey was actually the result of an experiment on live radio. A 16-year-old boy named Ray Newby played some records on air, catalyzing a movement that started in California and spread to the entire world. At this time, the term ‘disc jockey’ did not exist. It only appeared about 25 years later when the term was used by radio commentator Walter Winchell to describe music broadcasters on-air. This was also when the primary source of music were records, and not CDs or digital playlists.” (Source).