Settipani joined CBS Radio News in 1981, where throughout the years his assignments have taken him from the beaches of Normandy to the rain forests of Brazil.
Early on, Frank covered business and market news before he was tapped to anchor hourlies and the World News Roundup.
CBS News Radio in an email statement noted, "For more than a decade, the listeners have come to depend on Frank's succinct writing and authoritative delivery to tell them everything they need to know to start their day in four minutes."
Former CBS News Radio VP, Harvey Nagler said "The beauty of Frank's morning newscast is that no one packs in more relatable stories in the shortest possible time with superior editorial judgment and delivery. He is the consummate professional."
Former CBS News VP, Joeseph Dembo once said, "A Settipani hourly is a thing of beauty to my ears."
Frank's last day at the Network was July 28th.