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  • n. Plural form of veejay.


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  • Maybe one of the hip "veejays" from the music channel had championed free speech in light of recent attempts to censor the internet?


  • Wendy worked with MTV on scripting an interview Emerson did with one of their veejays in which he talked about how uneducated he had been about the traumas experienced by and prejudices directed toward Little People until this video controversy had opened his eyes.


  • The best thing to do would have been to include black artist with greater rotation on MTV, but since blacks were not represented in the corporate office, no black veejays on their shows, no black get the picture...

    Wading into politics...again

  • I remember when we had veejays, people like Downtown Julie Brown -- wabba, wabba, wabba!

    CNN Transcript Jun 6, 2007

  • We're gonna get some of the original veejays from the 1980s, if we can find some who aren't living on the street and smoking crack, or weighing four hundred pounds and living in their mom's basement.

    Archive 2006-09-01

  • Monday, April 13 Open auditions for MTV veejays today and tomorrow: Call 258-8000.

    The Heartbreak of Channel Surfing ��� Blimpie's Auteur ��� Madonna Goes Home ��� Bogdanovich Goes Out of the Past

  • Snooki and co. ruled MTV, veejays were the face of the network.

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • Then there were the auxiliary veejays, the news reporters like Tabitha Soren and Kurt Loder who lent an air of gravitas to a network known for its shenanigans.

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • On MTV, Hunter became the class clown of the original veejays.

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • Downtown Julie Brown and Kennedy became household names as veejays in MTV's 1990s golden age.

    ABC News: Top Stories


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