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Who Was the First Disc Jockey?

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Martin Block was the first radio disc jockey to become a star. He began his career reading commercials on a station in Tijuana, Mexico and later returned to Los Angeles and became a junior assistant at KFWB. Martin created the illusion that he was broadcasting from a ballroom with the nation's top dance bands performing live.
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