Visiting Assistant Professor of Journalism
Andy Dehnart's writing on television, culture and media has appeared on NPR and in Playboy, The Daily Beast, msnbc.com and other publications. He teaches writing and journalism at Stetson, where he directs the journalism program.
A member of the Television Critics Association, Andy publishes and writes Reality Blurred, which has, since 2000, offered his impassioned analysis and original reporting on television's newest genre. It "revels in the post-ironic pleasures of reality television," as The New York Times said.
He is also a member of the Lab Rats improv comedy ensemble at SAK Comedy Lab in Orlando, Fla.
- M.F.A., writing and literature, Bennington College
- B.S., journalism, Stetson University
- Nonfiction Workshop
- Media in the Age of Facebook
- Magazine Writing
- "The Curse of Reality TV," Playboy, July 2011
- "Big Brother Cast Contract: The Agreement Houseguests Sign," reality blurred, July 2011
- "The Real World's Dustin Zito on His Gay Porn Past," The Daily Beast, April 2011
- "Survivor Spy Exposed," The Daily Beast, January 2011
- "Ex-Sitcom Star Tony Danza Turns To Teaching," NPR's All Things Considered, Sept. 2010
- "Why Animal Shows Are More About People Lately," NPR's Weekend Edition, April 2010