Crain's Cleveland editor named to Journalism Hall of Fame
Mark Dodosh, the editor of Crain’s Cleveland Business, has been named to the Press Club of Cleveland’s Journalism Hall of Fame.
Dodosh joined Crain’s Cleveland Business as managing editor in June 1985 and was named editor in October 1988. Before that, he was a reporter for five years with The Wall Street Journal and a news editor for three years with a broadcast news service of the Journal’s parent, Dow Jones & Co.
Dodosh and the publication have won numerous awards during his tenure. In 2000, Dodosh was the recipient of a second-place award for editorial writing in the annual Excellence in Journalism competition staged by the Association of Area Business Publications, an industry organization for regional business publications in the United States and Canada.
In 2009, he won a Best in Ohio award from the Press Club for his editorials.