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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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The documentary shows scenes of the VJs fleeing from government authorities or being captured and taken away while shooting in the country.
It must be between three and four minutes for DJs and 60 to 90 seconds for VJs.
Beavis and Butt-head are the VJs we've been waiting for since MTV started.
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The theme of this highly anticipated event is "Top 40" and will be hosted by original MTV VJs Mark Goodman, Alan Hunter and Nina Blackwood.
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Lindsay Lohan and assorted MTV VJs welcome Simple Plan and Good Charlotte as well as Green Day, Snoop Dogg, Ja Rule and Jimmy Eat World.
DJs, VJs, filmmakers and visual artists will produce installations, film, music and sound pieces.
Elliot Thomson, 25, and Keith Daniels, 24, both originally from the north of Scotland, have formed a Tyneside-based company called Preamptive to market their skills as VJs (video jockeys, as opposed to disc jockeys) to the nation's clubs.
The pair call themselves VJs -the high-tech video cousins of DJs.
Local VJs -video jockeys -mixed mesmerising images and relayed them to the crowd on a giant TV screen.