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Art Silverman

Art Silverman

Senior Producer, All Things Considered

Art Silverman has been with NPR since 1978. He came to NPR after working for six years at a daily newspaper in Claremont, New Hampshire.

He is producer of the weekly "All Tech Considered" feature on the program.

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To celebrate 50 years of NPR, we asked you, our listeners, what stories have captivated you over the decades. Luke Medina/NPR hide caption

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Susan Stamberg Remembers An Interview With Commentator Kim Williams

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Couple Wed 70 Years Died Together, From COVID-19

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A group of runners compete in the New York City Marathon in 2019. It's one of many big city races to return this year after they were cancelled over pandemic health restrictions in 2020. Johannes Eisele/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Big City Marathons Are Coming Back

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For NPR's 50th — A Story Served With Laughter And Cheetos

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One Listener Can't Forget 1991 Story On Haitian Cane Cutters

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Better Parenting With The Help Of Some Werewolves In London

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As Arab Spring Unfolded On Twitter, Social Media Gained Foothold At NPR

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NPR Turns 50 And Susan Stamberg Recalls A First

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For NPR's 50th, A Listener Remembers A Story That Guides Her As A Mother

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In 1971, NPR entered a shifting — yet limited — information landscape. George Geesey hide caption

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How NPR Shattered The Old Model Of Broadcast Journalism

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For NPR's 50th: A Listener Riveted by Earthquake 6000 Miles Away

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Susan Stamberg On NPR's 50th — A Memory Made In A Closet

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Appalachian Road Show's new album is fittingly called Tribulation. Banjoist Barry Abernathy and fiddler Jim VanCleve spoke to NPR about playing traditional songs of hardship during a modern crisis. Micah Schweinsberg/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Appalachian Road Show's New Album Confronts 'Tribulations' Past And Present

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