Seminar provides valuable lesson for aspiring DJs

PUBLISHED : Monday, 17 January, 2000, 12:00am
UPDATED : Monday, 17 January, 2000, 12:00am

Over the past months, C&C 997 Union has been working closely with secondary schools to organise activities, shows and seminars for students.

The seminars are hosted by union presidents Alan Kan, Albert Liu and Angela Yue. Since most schools have their own radio stations, the seminar on disc jockeying is most popular.

The three DJs talk about different aspects of their work, including programme content, show preparation, music flow, editing and what to say and what not to say.

The seminar lasts about 45 minutes to an hour. Students or teachers interested in having such a seminar at their school can call 2123-9591.

Meanwhile, students who are interested in joining us and contributing to the C&C 997 Union column or would like to tell us about activities at their school can send in a 300-word essay. Call our hotline to register. There is a cash prize for articles accepted.

Students can also register at the C&C 997 Union homepage of the Metro Broadcast Web site (

C&C 997 Union is a teenage club founded by Hit Radio, Metro Broadcast. It provides a platform for teenagers to explore, experience and enjoy various academic and entertaining activities to enrich their school life