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veejay

and VJ and video jock
n. a video jockey; a host on a television program that features music videos. (see also disk jockey.) Sally tried out for the veejay job, but she looked too old and stuffy for that kind of work.

VJ

verb
See veejay
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MTV put rocker style on the map, and the VJs fondly remember neon colors, parachute pants, ripped tights and shoulder pads.
Los adultos afirmaban que prohibian VJs con escenas de discriminacion racial (7); se aseguraban que no llevasen escenas sexuales (7); creen que sus hijos no han tenido problemas con los VJs (7,6), reconocian que se preocupaban por los contenidos de agresividad (7,7) y opinaban que los Vjs quitan tiempo de estudio (6); reconocian no manejar "esos aparatos" (4,6); controlaban el tiempo de juego (7,4); creen saber que tipo de VJs tienen (7,8); y lo que es mas preocupante, estan tranquilos cuando sus hijos juegan (7,4).
You can no longer call up your favourite VJ and request for non-film music videos.
Krogsgaard and ''Joshua,'' a leading member of the VJs and the main character of the film, compiled and mapped times and locations of all the fragmented images and stories collected by the VJs at a safe house in Thailand, he said.
Alexander and Collins perhaps focus more than might be ideal on the history of live audiovisuals, yet their consideration of the ways in which VJs have considered the visual as "visible music" is intriguing and, moreover, one of the most "open" discussions in the volume.
Andy Warhol was a huge fan and even stopped off at MTV to meet the band when they were guest VJs for a show.
And next Saturday, September 20, there will be a free music and visual performance outside the building featuring VJs Addictive TV, film body Flat-e, Ultre and local audio visual collective Kinetic Fallacy.
30pm and provide a platform for emerging talent and established artists, and include work by short-film makers, animators, motion graphic designers, VJs and artists using video installations.
We are not really into fractals, VJs and stuff like this, so we said, "Okay, let's make an electronic show that looks like a late '70s hard rock show.
Two VJs (Vegetable Jockeys) were introduced at one point, somehow playing real vegetables on revolving record decks.
They know VJs and reality show characters by their first names and have very strong opnions about them.