Saying nothing but saying it excitedly, enough to get you radio job in Dubai, experts say
A new study has emerged in Dubai that sheds life on the city’s radio stations and their ‘ disc jockeys.’ After listening to weeks worth of content, or to use the proper industry term drivel, the research team found the perfect formula for a Dubai radio DJ. ‘ It actually doesn’t matter what you say,’ commented Chris Evans, ‘ as long as you say it like an excited four year old. That perpetual excitement fools the brain into thinking that there’s something good coming up, but also turns your brain off effectively, putting you in the perfect radio mood. It’s really rather cunning,’ he said before humming the jingle to the RAK Bank advert. The report also found that station playlists were compiled by the station head’s daughter using iPod playlists, and that Four Non Blondes has been played more time in Dubai than throughout the whole of the 90s. Popular radio celebrity Kris Fade could not be reached for comment.
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