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“The RFFocus CURRENT Top 45 Radio DJs 2011” Contest (how it works)

 width=THE LEADING INDUSTRY RADIO SITE’S NEW CONTEST IS OPEN TO ALL FORMATS, VOTING STARTS NOW FOR THE RFFocus ¬† TOP 45 CURRENT (ON AIR) DJS

RFFocus (rffocus.org) the leading industry trade site/blog has done several contest over the last six months to show our appreciation for Radio and Music/Entertainment industry people by recognizing their contributions to the industry with very successful online voter-driven contests. The RFFocus Top 10 DJs of All Time contest and 10 Urban of All Time contests were very successful but our most recent RFFocus Top 30 Black contest was the MOST successful garnering the largest amount of industry voters who placed our Top 30 winners. Our new contest is sure to be the best one yet. This one is consumer based to target current on djs.

“The RFFocus CURRENT Top 45 2011” contest is here. Effective dates are ¬†June 2 thru July 5 but we will allow voters to start voting NOW.

The person who gets the Number One position wins $500.00 and plaque from RFFocus as the Number 1 Top 45 Radio DJ, 2011 (syndicated hosts excluded from prizes).

RULES:

  • Contestants/Nominees MUST be CURRENTLY working on the air at a radio station
  • Contestants/Nominees cannot be Talk Radio Hosts
  • Contestants/Nominees can be from ANY format (except talk)
  • Contestants/Nominees can post our code on their and sites to garner as many votes as possible. Copy and paste on all , blogs etc with a reminder to to get voters to vote for you >
  • Contestants/Nominees can be hosts but they have to be on the air (a specific mix is coming in the next couple of months)

The Top 45 DJs will be named on July 5. Good luck

RFFocus Management

ABOUT : RFFocus is a music industry online trade and former magazine that targets radio. The brand has been in existence since 1995.

 

CEO of RF Focus, Radio and Music Industry Veteran. Radio DJ, Programmer, Musician and Voice Talent. Graduated from Performing Arts in Buffalo, N.Y. and worked at the legendary KKBT (92.3 The Beat) during its nationwide heyday in the early 90s. Also worked for Stevie Wonder at KJLH.