News editor, Station WMCA, New York City, 1940-1941; announcer news department, Station WSAV, Savannah, Georgia, 1941-1943; newscaster, disc jockey, Station WNOX, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1943-1945; program director, Station WXLH, Okinawa, Japan, 1945-1947; newscaster, announcer, Station WAVZ, New Haven, 1947-1948; program director, Station WCCC, Hartford, Connecticut, 1948-1949; assistant general manager, Station WCPO AM-FM-television, Cincinnati, 1949-1959; president, general manager, Station WZIP, Cincinnati, 1959-1961; president, Weston Entertainment, Northridge, California, since 1961; president, Edward Weston Fine Art executive vice president, Hollywood Archives Collectible Ltd. Chairman of the Board Fulton J. Sheen Communications. President Inspirational Programs, Inc., since 1983, Weston Editions, since 1970, Marilyn Monroe Editions, since 1975.
Founder Cincinnati Summer Playhouse, 1950. Served with United States Army, 1945-1946. Member National Franchise Association (founder).
Married Ann Jean Gould, May 4, 1974. Children: Jon Marc, Cari Alyn Rene.