Frank Devine is a producer/writer with the CBS News Broadcast 60 MINUTES. He has completed his twentieth season with Correspondent Steve Kroft and his twentieth-eighth year with CBS News. He has produced over 75 60 Minutes pieces, ranging from an historic 1992 interview with Bill and Hillary Clinton to investigative pieces on the New York City School Custodians, Ireland's Magdalen Laundries and organized crime's participation in building a federal courthouse in New York City. He has produced 60 Minutes profiles of Tom Hanks, Bob Dole and Woody Allen, and interviews with President Barack Obama during the 2008 election year and at the White House.
Before joining 60 Minutes, Devine spent eight years as a writer and producer for the CBS News' Radio Specialty Broadcasts and Special Events Units, where he produced radio documentaries, as well as everything from political coverage to papal trips, to feature broadcasts about the Alaskan bush. During that time he produced and wrote the "Newsnotes" commentary broadcasts of Charles Kuralt, Harry Reasoner and Mike Wallace.
From 1978 to 1981 he served as director of Ecumedia News Service and director of broadcast news for the National Council Churches. Prior to coming to Ecumedia, Devine was news director for Paulist Communications in Pacific Palisades, California.
Devine's work has received two Emmy Awards and numerous Emmy nominations, as well as three Writers' Guild Awards, an American Bar Association Silver Gavel, the American Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers' Champion of Justice, a Champion-Tuck Award for Economic Understanding and a Unda Award.
A native of Marblehead, Massachusetts and a graduate of the University of Notre Dame (AB, Theology), Devine lives in Ridgefield, Connecticut, with his wife Mary Pat. They have two daughters, Elizabeth, 26, a graduate Georgetown University who is currently attending Fordham Law School and Samantha, 21 , a 2009 graduate of Santa Clara University in California.