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CORPORATE CLEVELAND PROMOTES OSBORNE, WALSH

 CLEVELAND, July 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Richard J. Osborne has been promoted to the post of publisher of Corporate Cleveland magazine, announced David John, group publisher of Business Journal Publishing Company. Osborne, who will remain editor, named Edward J. Walsh to the newly created post of executive editor. Both appointments are effective immediately.
 "I am delighted to report that Corporate Cleveland's extraordinary growth necessitates an expansion of its top management," John said. "Rich Osborne and Ed Walsh are veteran pros who promise to put the magazine even farther out front as the leading business voice in Northeast Ohio."
 Osborne, 42, joined Corporate Cleveland as editor-in-chief in April 1991, and in February 1993 was named to the additional post of associate publisher. Under his leadership the magazine has accumulated 33 national, state and regional journalism awards, and was recently chosen as the state's best general-circulation magazine in the 1993 Ohio Excellence in Journalism competition.
 Osborne previously worked as executive editor of The (Southbridge, Mass.) News, and in editorial positions with Cleveland magazine and The (Lorain) Journal. He has received more than 30 journalism awards, and serves as president of The Press Club of Cleveland. Earlier this year he was part of the Corporate Cleveland team named as winners of the Small Business Administration's media advocate award for Ohio. He is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati and St. Joseph High School, Cleveland. He and his wife Della have four children and live in Rocky River.
 Walsh, 54, came to Corporate Cleveland in March 1992 as special projects editor. Prior to that he spent 17 years in various editorial positions at Cleveland magazine, ultimately becoming its executive editor. He has been associate publisher of Milwaukee Magazine, and worked as a senior staff associate in the public relations department of Standard Oil of Ohio.
 Walsh has been a nationally syndicated history columnist as well as a writer/producer for WCPN-FM Radio in Cleveland. He is also a produced playwright. He is a father and grandfather, and lives in Bratenahl.
 Corporate Cleveland, with a circulation of 30,500 owners and top managers in businesses of all sizes, covers an eight county region of Northeast Ohio.
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 /CONTACT: David John, group publisher, Business Journal Publishing Company, 216-621-1644/


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