Frank Scandale


Frank Scandale has been editor of The Record since January 2001. Under his guidance, the paper has earned The New Jersey Press Association’s General Excellence Award for best newspaper in the state, 7 of the last 9 years. He led The Record’s award-winning coverage of the September 11 attacks, which included the photo by Thomas Franklin of firemen raising the flag in front of the World Trade Center rubble.

Scandale came to The Record from The Denver Post, where he served as assistant managing editor for news. He was previously the city editor for Daily Journal in Elizabeth, NJ and also held editorial positions at Reuters News. He is a 1979 graduate of Glassboro State College.

[NJ-E 0201] - Epiphany XXX: V.P. & Editor: Frank Scandale, The (Bergen) Record; Woodland Park, N.J. (4:30)

Frank Scandale was a young reporter working at The Daily Journal, Elizabeth, N.J., when he discovered that -- for a reporter -- there is no such thing as a “free lunch.”