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Vj

On a ticker tape or stock table, a symbol describing a company in bankruptcy. The symbol vj precedes the name of the company on the tape or table.

vj

Used in listed stock and bond transaction tables in newspapers to indicate that the firm issuing the security is in bankruptcy or receivership, or that the firm is being reorganized under bankruptcy. It also indicates securities assumed by such companies: vj Robbins.
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Music Television was designed to copy the radio format of continuous music play around the clock, introduced by a Video Jockey or VJ.
Puff Daddy, or P Diddy as he now prefers to be known, headlined the Live & Almost Legal bash and was joined by the five Video Jockeys - JJ Jackson, Nina Blackwood, Mark Goodman, Martha Quinn and Alan Hunter - who helped launch the network back in 1981.
DaCosta, born in Brooklyn, was picked from 6,000 aspiring video jockeys who auditioned in Los Angeles, Chicago and New York between April 6 and April 14.
based ImagiNation Network members the opportunity to interact with MuchMusic video jockeys (VJs) and artists, receive behind-the-scenes reports, and win prizes based upon what they see during the broadcast.
Colorful graphics, young video jockeys and hip music seemed to be the key elements that captured viewer's attention.
MTV Latin America currently offers two services with unique shows, Video Jockeys (VJs), playlists, music and entertainment news, artist interviews, and contests.