Weston interned with Howard Stern. He was a producer for a Toronto-based radio morning show before joining TV station Toronto 1. While there, he hosted Toronto's first live, late night talk show Last Call. After the station cancelled that show, he joined Toronto 1's entertainment show The A-List. In September 2005, when The A-List was in the middle of making changes, he made the move to Global TV's entertainment show ET Canada. On July 8, 2009, it was announced that Weston will be adding morning show host to his repertoire as the new voice of Toronto's KiSS 92.5 (formerly Jack FM).
The Globe and Mail reported in 2015 that because Weston "used to feel overwhelmed every second of the day", he now practices Transcendental Meditation and says, "A 13-hour workday with five hours’ sleep is not a problem."
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- Shea, Courtney (16 August 2015). "Radio host Roz Weston finds success in meditation and professionalism". Retrieved 26 August 2015.
In the middle of the day when we all break for lunch, my colleagues all go to the cafeteria and I go to my dressing room and meditate for 20 minutes and then I’m good to go.
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