Mark Tatge

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Mark Tatge was born on 2 June, 1965 in Chicago, IL, is a Journalist. Discover Mark Tatge’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 55 years old?

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Age55 years old
Zodiac SignGemini
Born2 June 1965
Birthday2 June
BirthplaceChicago, IL

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Tatge taught journalism at DePauw University and Ohio University’s E. W. Scripps School of Journalism and at University of South Carolina. He also worked as an adjunct professor at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, where he taught graduate journalism students about business, economics and finance.


Most recently, in August 2016, Tatge and his co-author, Alex Luchsinger, won the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Graduate Student Interests Group’s fifth annual Carson B Wagner Scholar-to-Scholar Award, for the presentation of their study, “Where Should We Eat? A Content Analysis Examining What Factors Yelp! Users Perceive Useful When Picking Restaurants” at this year’s 99th convention in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Tatge received a plaque emboldened with the authors’ name and the name of the study, as well as a check for $100.


Mark W. Tatge is an American journalist, author, and college professor. He was a senior editor at Forbes magazine’s Midwest Bureau, a staff reporter at The Wall Street Journal, an investigative reporter in the Statehouse Bureau of Cleveland’s The Plain Dealer, and is the 2014 recipient of the Baldwin Fellowship at University of South Carolina where he is nearing completion of a PhD in Mass Communication (2017).

In 2014, Tatge was awarded the prestigious Baldwin Business and Financial Graduate Fellowship at the University of South Carolina. The fellowship is funded by a $500,000 gift made by Kenneth W. Baldwin Jr., a 1949 USC journalism alumnus. Tatge is teaching, conducting research and developing financial literacy programming while pursuing a doctorate in mass communications. In 2016, Tatge was awarded USC’s Graduate Teaching Award for “innovative and engaging approach to teaching business journalism.” At USC, Tatge helped the school secure a $2.3 million chair in business journalism and he established a Baldwin lecture series bringing nationally acclaimed journalists such as New York Times Editor David Leonhardt and Center of Public Integrity Founder Charles Lewis to USC’s campus.


In 2011, Tatge was named Eugene S. Pulliam Distinguished Visiting Professor of Journalism at DePauw University. Tatge advised media fellows at the Pulliam Center for Contemporary Media where students learn firsthand about journalism by working at DePauw’s newspaper, radio and TV stations. Tatge also created a program in multimedia storytelling teaching students how to shoot, edit video and create websites.


In 2010, Tatge published his first book, The New York Times Reader: Business and Economics.


The program Tatge initiated enrolled its first students in the winter of 2008-09. Students were given specialized training in areas of accounting, finance, markets, the economy and trained how to use a Bloomberg Terminal. As part of plan Tatge devised to help promote the program, he began appearing on the nationally televised Fox Business Network founded by OU alumnus Roger Ailes. Graduates of OU’s business journalism program are now working as business journalists in New York City and Chicago.


The Pulliam Visiting Professorship was created in 2000 with a gift from the family of Eugene S. Pulliam, a 1935 graduate of DePauw and former publisher of the Indianapolis Star and News, “to support and advance DePauw’s strong tradition of graduating men and women who become highly successful and significant journalists.”


Tatge has written about corporate misdeeds, starting with his coverage of the savings and loan scandal in Colorado Savings and loan crisis during the 1980s. Tatge chronicled how lax federal regulations allowed bank executives to speculate on land deals with depositors’ money. The funny money deals sank Silverado Banking. The thrift collapsed in 1988, costing taxpayers $1.3 billion. Tatge spent eight years as the Cleveland Plain Dealer’s statehouse investigative reporter uncovering corruption in state government. Tatge’s investigation into corruption at the Ohio Department of Insurance, entitled “Secrets of the Deal,” was twice nominated for a Pulitzer Prize.


Tatge is a past Kiplinger Fellow in Public Affairs Reporting at Ohio State University where he completed his master’s degree in journalism. The fellowship was named after W.M. Kiplinger, W. M. Kiplinger editor and founder of the Kiplinger Letter. Kiplinger was one of OSU’s first journalism graduates (1912) and he also founded Kiplinger’s Personal Finance. Following in Kiplinger’s footsteps, Tatge found that economics, not politics, was more fascinating. Upon graduation, Tatge embarked upon a career in business journalism. Tatge went on to complete his MBA at Ohio University. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Western Illinois University.