After earning his master’s degree in print journalism from Boston University in 1996, Frank landed his first reporting job at The Advance, a weekly newspaper covering Brookhaven Town. Drawn by a desire to work in nearby New York City, Frank next accepted an assistant editor position with National Jeweler, a trade magazine that covers the international jewelry industry. Though he enjoyed the work, and was promoted to associate editor, Frank was offered a job that he could not decline: editor of The Advance. Though only 25, Frank embraced his new responsibility and, over the next five years, helped transform a struggling weekly into an award-winning newspaper. That success drew the attention of The Press News Group, his future employer. Frank was handed the reins to one of the chain's three flagship newspapers, The Southampton Press Wes...

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