About Mark Tatge
TATGE, MARK W. teaches journalism, multimedia storytelling and media studies at DePauw University, a liberal arts college in Greencastle, Indiana. Tatge is a native Chicagoan who spent 30 years as a writer, senior editor and investigative reporter covering government and business corruption before beginning his career as a university professor. Tatge has worked at Forbes Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Dallas Morning News and Denver Post. Tatge has won numerous awards including the Chicago Headliner Club’s Peter Lisagor Award for Exemplary Journalism, the Ohio Society of Professional Journalists' First Amendment Award and the Morton Margolin Prize for Distinguished Business Reporting. The Associated Press Managing Editors named Tatge the Best Business Writer in Texas. Tatge is author of “The New York Times Reader: Business and Economics,” and he is currently working on a multimedia textbook. Tatge appears on ABC, CNBC, MSNBC, CNN, FOX and PBS stations and is often quoted on popular media trends.
- Occupation: Professor, Author, Journalist
- Organization: DePauw University
- Location: Chicago, IL USA
- Twitter: johnnydeadline
- Skype: DeadlineReporter (Call me!)
- Was accepted for Jun 18-29 2012 Multimedia Storytelling Institute.
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