Posted here mainly for my own interest, this article from DV.com (requires registration) runs through an introduction explaining exactly what a VJ, or Video Jockey, is and does. This is an area I find incredibly fascinating and I've always been annoyed with myself that I didn't pursue it further. I look at a lot of the stuff out there and tend to get quite disappointed. Then again, maybe it's just because I'm used to switching with a 3 MLE multi entry switcher with enough keying power to sink a ship. Things are a bit different with a DVD player, a tape deck, a copy of WinAmp and an old Panasonic MX50.