- Also V.J. video jockey.
- a video journalist; a person who works as a reporter in television news broadcasting.
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Examples from the Web for vj
As a 22-year-old VJ for MTV, in the days when MTV still had VJs, Kennedy was at once transgressive and unpredictable.Lisa Kennedy Montgomery on Her Path From MTV to Fox Business
December 9, 2013
Kelly worked as a VJ for MTV Korea, as well as an entertainment reporter for the TV Guide Channel.A Korean New Year's Day Menu
February 10, 2011
Yet the Japons took our partes, that they could doe us no harme, although there were v. or vj.Diary of Richard Cocks, Volume II
Humphrey, Earl of Hereford, in 1861, left legacies to his "vj charetters."
Item for the Kingis offeringe this Sonday at taking his Rights in the mornyng, vj s. viij d.
Also in this yere, the vj day of March, the kyng confermed the lettres and the fraunchises of London.
A company at 72 (uj') forms the left support of an outpost in hostile country, on the line 70 (vj')—National Cemetery (qj').Manual of Military Training
James A. Moss
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