The bad news for DJs? The Clear Channel purges, in particular, have put many talented personalities out of work.
The good news? They want you in India.
In that growing country, radio is red hot. More stations are signing on, and the occupation of "Radio Jockey" is highly respected and desirable. Even professionals like physicians and engineers are chucking their careers in order to purse the broadcast arts. There are more and more openings for personalities who are passionate about the music. The competition, however, is stiff, as more and more locals are getting the radio bug. A new private FM channel that isn't even on the air yet has attracted 3,000 applications for 10 on-air positions. (How many American FM stations employ that many jocks?)
Wonder how long it will take them to discover Selector, remotes, and bar nights?