Andy Dean

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Andy Dean
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Birth nameAndrew Dean Litinsky
Born(1981-06-11) June 11, 1981 (age 33)
Boynton Beach, Florida
ShowAmerica Now with Andy Dean
NetworkPremiere Radio Networks
Time slot6pm - 9pm EST, Weekdays
StylePolitical Talk & News
CountryUnited States
 
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Andy Dean
AndyDean.jpeg
Birth nameAndrew Dean Litinsky
Born(1981-06-11) June 11, 1981 (age 33)
Boynton Beach, Florida
ShowAmerica Now with Andy Dean
NetworkPremiere Radio Networks
Time slot6pm - 9pm EST, Weekdays
StylePolitical Talk & News
CountryUnited States

Andrew Dean Litinsky (born June 11, 1981), better known as Andy Dean, is a nationally syndicated radio talk show host and political commentator. His show, "America Now with Andy Dean,” discusses politics, business, entertainment, and technology, and airs weekdays from 6pm to 9pm EST on Premiere Radio Networks.[1]

Dean’s program airs nationally in Premiere Radio Networks syndicated ‘Big 4’ lineup with Glenn Beck (9AM-12PM-ET), Rush Limbaugh (12-3PM-ET), Sean Hannity (3-6PM-ET), and Dean (6-9PM-ET).[1][2]

His previous radio show, "The Andy Dean Program" was broadcast on WSB in Atlanta, Georgia.[3] While at WSB, Dean was one of the most frequently used, and one of the most popular guest hosts of the Herman Cain radio program and served as a fill in host for national radio show host, Neal Boortz.

Dean is the youngest candidate to compete on NBC’s The Apprentice and holds the title as the only candidate to be re-hired by Donald Trump to run his production company Trump Productions LLC.[4][5][6][7][8]

Education[edit]

Dean graduated from Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 2000; while in high school he won the U.S. National Debate Championships in Commentary Speaking.[9] In 2004, he graduated with honors from Harvard University with a degree in Government.[10] While attending Harvard, Dean worked for Rick Davis, former political advisor to Senator John McCain.

America Now[edit]

In August, 2011, Dean began hosting the syndicated political radio show America Now. America Now has over 100 affiliates nationwide.[11]

While host of America Now, Dean has appeared on NBC's "The Today Show," CNBC's Power Lunch, Fox News' America’s News HQ.[9][12] and HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher.[13]

During his tenure as host, Dean developed a web business called ConnectPal,[14] a website that allows users to upload and broker content such as audio and video. On July 23, 2014, Dean announced his departure from America Now to focus full time on his technology business. Joe Pagliarulo was designated as interim host, starting August 11, 2014. Announcement of a new host will be made after Labor Day, 2014.[15]

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