EMMY AWARD WINNING
JOURNALIST, TV HOST
& MEDIA PERSONALITY
Frank receives 3 Emmy Awards in the following categories for NY1 "On Stage": DIVERSITY/EQUITY/INCLUSION - SHORT FORM CONTENT and Best Magazine Program (Series). In the category of DIVERSITY/EQUITY/INCLUSION - LONG FORM CONTENT, DiLella was honored for hosting Spectrum News NY1's LGBTQ Special - "NY1 Celebrates Pride: The New Generation."
NEW YORK PRESS CLUB AWARD
Frank receives five Emmy awards in the following categories for NY1 "On Stage": Best Magazine Program Series, Best Public Affairs Program, Best Public Affairs Series, Short-Form Content, Special Event Coverage.
Frank receives the NLGJA Excellence in Local Television Award
for hosting “NY1 Presents: Pride and Perseverance."
Frank wins New York Press Club Award for hosting / executive producing "ON STAGE PRESENTS: Broadway's Revival" in the category Special Event Reporting / NYC Metro.
"REOPENING: THE BROADWAY REVIVAL"
As host and executive producer, Frank goes behind the scenes of Broadway as shows reunite, rehearse and re-stage for their long-awaited reopening nights while the theater industry learns how to turn the lights back on after its longest hiatus in history due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Frank received two Emmy Awards: one for a documentary special he hosted about the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, and the other for hosting and producing the 2020 Roger Rees Awards during the COVID-19 pandemic.
PRESS CLUB AWARDS
Frank received two NY Press Club Awards - one in the category Entertainment News / TV for his feature on the Broadway revival of A Soldier's Play and the other for Special Event Reporting when he hosted the 2020 Drama Desk Awards.
NEW YORK PRESS
Frank received a NY Press Club award for his special on the Broadway production of Network with Bryan Cranston.
NEW YORK PRESS
Frank received a NY Press Club award for his special on the Broadway revival of Angels in America.
Frank received his first Emmy Award for his Spectrum News NY1 special on the Broadway musical Come From Away.
for New York City"
Frank was asked to take part in NYC & Company's $30 million tourism recovery campaign, “It’s Time for New York City,” the largest-ever, multi-phased global tourism marketing and advertising campaign
to promote New York City.