Frank Settipani joined CBS News Radio in 1981, where, throughout the years, his assignments have taken him from the beaches of Normandy to the rain forests of Brazil.
As one of the "boys on the bus" during presidential campaigns, Settipani has covered candidates from Bill Clinton to Pat Buchanan. He also chronicled the rise of democracy in Nicaragua, economic summits here and in Europe and the end of the siege at the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas.
He also covered the business beat for four years, helping to create the "Business Update" series. His documentary on the impact of airline deregulation won a Champion Tuck Award for Economic Understanding.
Prior to joining CBS News, Settipani was a reporter and anchor at United Press International, Dow Jones and New York radio stations WNEW and WINS.
He is a past trustee of the New Jersey Center for Outreach and Services for Autism Community.