Frank Lovece has covered TV, film, technology and other subjects as a one-time syndicated columnist for United Media/NEA and as a journalist for such clients as Entertainment Weekly, TV Guide, New York Newsday, The New York Post and the Los Angeles Times.
From his historic rediscovery of the true inventor of television to tracking down Ike Turner and getting his side of why he beat Tina, Frank earned his Entertainment Weekly nickname, "The Marines."
Outside the entertainment realm, his media-business articles range from stories about FCC regulatory issues to a telecommunications-mogul profile that was entered into the Congressional Record.
After staff positions as a Web editor at Gist TV Online, Hachette Filipacchi and NBC-Universal, he's currently a regular contributor to New York Newsday.
Below are samples of his archived work. For current work, visit "Updates"
Los Angeles Times
Stephen King Al Pacino Stripper Blaze Starr
Saturday Night Live
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Disney Movie Remakes
M. Night Shyamalan
"And He Always Had Final Cut" "Tears of 'The Clown'"
"Heiress Human" "On Video Only"
Film Journal International