Frank J. Radice is a veteran TV Producer/Director and Media/Marketing executive.
He is the managing partner of the consulting firms, VIDA F.R. Co. in NYC, and BadCatCo in London, the Expert in Residence for Definition6 and Vixen Labs, and London bureau chief, Salon Media. He sits on the advisory boards of Digital Hollywood and Observatory Pictures, London.
Frank is the former President and CMO of NATAS (The Emmy Awards) and EVP the NBC Agency, the former Chair of the Promax BDA UK Conference and Awards. He also consulted Univision Communications and Deportes on the creation of their in house marketing and promotion agencies, and the launch of El Rey Network.
As a marketing executive for more than 20 years, Frank received the TV Week "Campaign of Distinction"​ award, was inducted into the PROMAX/BDA Hall of Fame, and named Brand Builder of the Year by Multichannel News and Broadcasting & Cable.
An award winning composer, he co-created the long running “America’s First Family” theme, and is a two time Emmy nominee for original music composition for NBC’s Today show. He is an Emmy Nominee for Best Promotional Announcement on MSNBC, and is honoured by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for his contributions to NBC's "Saturday Night Live."
In addition to extensive experience in advertising, promotion, and music, Frank has a lengthy background in journalism. During his 17 years with ABC News, he was honoured with 2 DuPont Awards and 2 national Emmy Awards. He was a producer for “Nightline,"​ "Good Morning America,"​ “ABC World News Tonight,” and “The Last Word with Phil Donahue and Greg Jackson,” and senior producer, product development, ABC News Interactive, and Executive Producer Of Entertainment News for CNN.
Frank and wife, Vida, co-wrote "Sam Katz on the Loose." a pop-up children's book illustrated by Charles Fazzino and published by Random House.
He can be seen regularly on the global speakers circuit and on TechCrunch TV's "Gillmor Gang."

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