Chuck Holmes is Deputy Managing Editor for NPR News. He works closely with NPR's Arts, Business, International, National, Science and Washington Desks to coordinate and facilitate daily news coverage and long-term planning for NPR News.
Prior to this role, Holmes served as Supervising Senior Editor of NPR's Morning Edition. He was responsible for the editorial direction and integrity of the show and shepherded major projects like Steve Inskeep's Revolution Road trip across northern Africa and David Greene's Family Matters.series on financial literacy among America's "sandwich generation."
Carline Watson is the executive producer of NPR's Culture and Identity Unit.
Previously, she served as executive producer of NPR's Tell Me More and before that she was supervising senior producer for NPR's news talk-show Talk of the Nation.
In January 1996, Watson came to work at NPR as an editorial assistant on Weekend Edition Sunday. Since that time she has worked on the first iteration of satellite radio, News and Notes, and All Things Considered. Watson was the first producer and on-air director of The Tavis Smiley Show.
Art Silverman has been with NPR since 1978. He came to NPR from a small daily newspaper in New Hampshire.
Silverman is a senior producer on the program All Things Considered, and served as line producer for the show for three years in the mid-1980s.
Silverman occasionally writes and produces satirical comedy sketches for ATC, bringing in talented independent writers and actors to create material for the program. He has brought NPR listeners Patty Marx, Bruce Kluger and David Slavin, Brian McConnachie, Harry Shearer, Tony Hendra, and many others.
He is also a producer of long-form radio documentaries, and works with All Things Considered hosts in the field. He has not had any unwarranted outbursts since the late 1990s.