First there were deejays (some write it as DJ) or disc jockeys who took control of spinning the music for radio and parties. They always had the latest music and manually created playlists to keep everybody dancing. There are still quite a number of DJs but not all of them work with phonographic records anymore.
Then there were VeeJays (VJ to some) short for video jockeys. They hosted the video shows on televsision. They put faces and stories to the music that we heard without having to attend a concert. They brought a whole new texture to music using the boob tube to air their playlists.
Now there are WebJays. They can be called web jockeys if you want to stay with the original pattern. Their medium is…you guessed it, the internet.
WebJay is a playlist community owned by Yahoo! Anyone can sign up and be a webjay. They can then put their playlists up for everyone to listen to or download. The material they put up is available for free since most of the material is made by independent artists or those not yet signed to a label.
If there are any copyrighted content put up illegally, Yahoo! is pretty quick to take it out and ban the WebJay who violates the rule so visitors need not worry about getting a subpoena for enjoying the music from the site. WebJay is a great way to discover great music without having to spend.
So anyone who feels they have the gift to be a great webjay, get on over to webjay.com and put your music up for the rest of the internet community to enjoy.