Dennis Webster

Dennis Webster is a lifelong resident of Jamestown and a graduate of Jamestown High School, Jamestown Community College, Syracuse University, and SUNY Fredonia. He began broadcasting on WJTN radio while still in high school.   Dennis dedicates much time and energy into his radio broadcasts by getting to know and understand the people he is interviewing. You will often find Dennis attending various community events throughout the county which he shares with his listeners each weekday on The Dennis Webster Show from 6:00-9:00 A.M. on WJTN.  Dennis hosts WJTN”S “Saturday Breakfast Party” from Friendly’s Restaurant in Jamestown, which is a live, audience participation radio show. It has been a feature at 9 AM on Saturdays on WJTN since 1946.  He also produces the “High School Bowl” academic competition, which encourages Junior and Senior High School children to excel at the academic level.  The program airs Sunday's at 8:00am on WWSE and Saturday's at 12:15pm on WJTN.  Dennis also produces the Resource Center radio program “Share the Vision” which airs each Saturday at 11:00am on WJTN.  Since the late 1970’s he has been preparing a weekly agriculture program in conjunction with the Chautauqua County Farm Bureau. The “Farm Bureau Radio Show” features interviews with local agricultural producers and leaders, as well as farm spokespeople from across the region. The program airs on WJTN Sunday's at 7:00am and on WWSE at 7:30am. Dennis supports the Chautauqua County 4-H Meat Animal Sale by interviewing 4-H youth on the radio and has featured his radio broadcast from the Chautauqua County Fair 4-H sale arena for over 30 years. Dennis is a second generation broadcaster. His father, Doc Webster, was with WJTN from 1951 to 1972. 

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