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  • n. Plural form of VJ.


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  • Schell narrates much of the book, and Foer's proxy is fond of such figures of speech as "heavy boots" for depression (at least 15 times) and "VJs" for vaginas, alongside lengthier banal incantations such as, "I gave myself a bruise" and, worst of all, "zipping myself into the sleeping bag of myself."

    New York Press

  • Gather a random assortment of broadcast journalists together and ask them their feelings about backpack journalists, aka "VJs" or "One man band" reporters. will harm journalism, journalists and viewers.

    Poynter Online

  • (often calling themselves "VJs") mashing up music and video together on the fly.


  • A few years ago, had you mentioned VJs (video journalists: folks whointerview, shoot and edit their own pieces) in a major television market, you wouldhave been laughed out the door.

    2010 February « Denmeister

  • The social lives of art students began to merge with their studies and aspects of their academic pursuits began to influence club culture; especially with VJs, the early web, digital arts and new media.

    Jaime Rojo & Steven Harrington: "Nuart," Nordic Jewel of Street Art

  • That said, if you want the retro-cheese experience, That '80s Prom at BlackFinn delivers the goods:' 80s cover band Hair Raid, VJs playing '80s videos on flat-screen TVs, staged Polaroid "prom photos," old-school candy to snack on, even vintage video games.

    Nightlife Agenda: Titus Andronicus, Black Tambourine, 88-Keys

  • "While they won't be on TV the way VJs were," Sirulnik said, "they will always be on."

    MTV Hunting For A Twitter Jockey

  • I wanted to celebrate the VJs and show their inspiration to the whole world so as to promote change and discussion.

    Burma Video Journalists: Courageous Reporting From A Closed Country

  • Aye Chan is the Executive Director of the Democratic Voices of Burma (DVB), a collective of anonymous underground video journalists (VJs) who record events at great risk inside that troubled and largely closed country, smuggle the footage out and then broadcast it worldwide via satellite.

    Burma Video Journalists: Courageous Reporting From A Closed Country

  • Fourteen of the VJs active in 2007 are now in jail and others are in hiding.

    Burma Video Journalists: Courageous Reporting From A Closed Country


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