Bit Jockeys: radio hosts who play pre-recorded comedy bits. Audio files created & produced in house and/or lifted from guest appearances. Typically made available for sale on disc via their own website.

The bits are used during a live program in the same way hit songs are played in rotation or by request in music formats.
Syndicated Bit Jockeys Bob & Tom, filled another hour of programming with some of their greatest bits.
by jukeofurl January 13, 2006
a computer geek; usually derogetory
alright you propeller headed bit jockeys, get back to coding!
by harry feltersnatcher August 22, 2008

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