Webster was a part of the WTIC Radio and TV announcing staff from 1967 to 1972.
He joined the WTIC organization after graduating from Syracuse University in
1964 and working for local radio and TV stations in the Syracuse area. His WTIC
assignments included radio and television sports coverage and hosting news and
public affairs programming.
After leaving WTIC, Webster served as News and Public Affairs Director for
Connecticut Public Television. From 1973 to 1976, he was a Connecticut-based
Special Assistant to U.S. Senator Abraham Ribicoff, coordinating in-state media
relations during the Senator's successful campaign for re-election to a final
In 1976, after participating in Rotary International's Group Study Exchange to
Sweden, he joined the University of Connecticut as an Associate Director of
Development, and later Director of the University Foundation.
In 1984, following four years as Vice President with the Hartford public
relations firm of Lowengard & Brotherhood, he became Director of Public
Relations for McGraw-Hill's BYTE magazine in Peterborough, NH. He returned to
the Hartford area in 1988, joining the staff of Keiler and Company, Farmington,
CT as a Vice President for Public Relations.
In 1994, Webster moved to California and a year later, he established his own
public relations company, Communication Resource Management. Today the firm
specializes in public relations, marketing, writing and editing services,
photography, videography and Web Site design with a focus on international trade
and transportation. A portfolio of photography can be found
At the beginning of 2006, Webster was named Director of Public Relations for The
California Maritime Academy in Valleo, CA. The school, the smallest of the 23
members of the California State University System, has an enrollment of over
800 and provides undergraduate degrees (and deck officer and vessel engineering
licensure) for students pursuing careers in both deep-water and coastal maritime
trades and in maritime related business and facilities engineering. More
information about the school can be found at