Justin Dehn Multimedia Producer

Justin Dehn is a multimedia producer at the Tribune whose focus is video and television production. He's been shooting and producing TV news for more than a decade, most recently as a staff photojournalist at Austin's KVUE-TV from 2006 to 2010. At the Tribune, Dehn has been behind the camera for Tribune special projects God and Governing, Hurting for Work and Paid to Prosecute, as well the stories we produce each week for our dozen TV partners around the state and segments for social media.

Recent Contributions

Texas Veterans Vetting Options for Next Commander-in-Chief

Vietnam veteran Jim Faulkner of Calhoun County signs a Trump for President banner at the Republican Party of Texas event in Dallas May 13, 2016.
Vietnam veteran Jim Faulkner of Calhoun County signs a Trump for President banner at the Republican Party of Texas event in Dallas May 13, 2016.

The state's 1.7 million veterans are largely split on their choice for the next commander-in-chief. While some say they favor Republican Donald Trump’s boldness, others see promise in Democrat Hillary Clinton’s steadiness.

Trump Loses Support From Key Texas Backer Over Immigration (Video)

In the Roundup: Donald Trump loses key Hispanic support in Texas after laying out his immigration policy, police departments in the state’s largest cities don’t always report when cops pull the trigger and Rick Perry prepares to strap on his dancing shoes.

In the Roundup: Donald Trump loses key Hispanic support in Texas after laying out his immigration policy, police departments in the state’s largest cities don’t always report when cops pull the trigger and Rick Perry prepares to strap on his dancing shoes.

Campus Carry, Voter ID Dominate the Headlines (Video)

Texas agrees to soften its voter ID law for the November elections, the state’s new campus carry gun law quietly takes effect and state officials give the ‘O.K.’ for Medicaid to pay for mosquito repellant to help combat the spread of Zika.
Texas agrees to soften its voter ID law for the November elections, the state’s new campus carry gun law quietly takes effect and state officials give the ‘O.K.’ for Medicaid to pay for mosquito repellant to help combat the spread of Zika.

In the Roundup: Texas agrees to soften its voter ID law for the November elections, the state’s new campus carry gun law quietly takes effect and state officials give the O.K. for Medicaid to pay for mosquito repellant to help combat the spread of Zika.