Frank Cipolla is a radio and TV broadcaster, media expert and author who has been seen and heard in and around NYC and nationally for almost four decades.
Frank began his on air career at several small radio stations and then in the mid 1980’s was hired as news anchor on 'The Soupy Sales Radio Show' on WNBC-AM in NYC. There he also anchored the news on the 'Imus in the Morning' and 'Howard Stern Show'. It was an especially tumultuous time in NYC radio and at WNBC.
Later he worked as a reporter for the NBC Radio Network before moving into local TV news. After a stint at Time Warner Cable, Frank co-hosted the popular 'Morning Edition' on News 12 New Jersey before moving over to WWOR-TV Channel 9 in NYC where he worked as a reporter and anchor. For 6-years he also anchored the network news at the Wall Street Radio Network and was heard on 300-stations coast to coast.