DJ Times Magazine
DJ Times was the first DJ-specific magazine to
publish in the United States. Our readers trust what’s in
our pages and look to us for guidance and inspiration. Every month,
more than 30,000 DJs turn to DJ Times as their primary source for
product information, business tips, music, news, and more.
News: Brings on-the-spot information from DJ-related exhibition/trade shows, events or trends. Reports new products or developments as they pertain to the professional, working DJ.
Feedback: Instructional responses to letters or emails sent from readership.
Samplings: Short features on up-and-coming DJs, with a quick-hitting, application-based focus.
In the Studio: A music-making DJ describes studio technique and gear preferences.
Making Tracks: Reviews a recently released studio-related product (hardware, software or accessory) and explains its relevance to the music-making DJ.
Sounding Off: Reviews a recently released professional audio product (mixer, source component, speaker, amp or signal processor) and explains its relevance to the DJ.
Business Line: A column that helps the professional DJ with all matters related to growing his/her business, including marketing, taxes, promotion, etc.
Mobile Profile: Meet a professional mobile entertainer, who offers a success story and explains how it happened.
Gear: A multi-page rundown of the latest gear that impacts the mobile, club, scratch or studio segments of the DJ industry.
Grooves: Reviews of new music from a variety of genres—written by professional, working DJs.
Club Play Chart: Find out what cuts are really being played in clubland with this in-depth
chart, as reported by America’s top record pools.
DJ Times hosts the largest gathering of professional DJs in the world, The DJ Expo. Since 1990, the DJ Expo has brought together the entire DJ market and has made an unparalleled statement to the health, growth, and vitality of this industry. Every year, aproximately 5,000 DJs converge on the Atlantic City Convention Center for exhibits, seminars, parties, awards, and the Ultimate DJ Giveaway.
Djtimes.com posts interviews with world-famous DJs, articles about the latest in music trends, and the most comprehensive coverage of DJ gear. The Crossover 50 chart, updated every two weeks, allows DJs to listen to the hottest tracks in clubs across America. Needless to say, advertising presence on djtimes.com opens up the entire world of DJs to an advertiser.
The Entire DJ Market
DJ Times doesn’t “niche it out.”
DJs change over time. The bedroom DJ of today is likely to become the mobile, scratch or remix DJ of
tomorrow. Indeed, most DJs identify themselves as a mixture of several styles. What doesn’t change is DJ Times’ commitment to the entire DJ market, providing superior content for all DJs at every level.
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