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Elisabeth Ponsot (Beth) is the Digital News Editor at PBS NewsHour Weekend, where she oversees the program's online team.
Beth is responsible for managing the PBS NewsHour's online news coverage and social media accounts on the weekends.
Prior to joining PBS NewsHour, Beth was a web producer for PBS Need to Know and worked as a multimedia reporter and social media editor at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
She is a graduate of Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism and Colby College.
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Six gunmen opened fire on people in the Ivory Coast resort town of Grand Bassam on Sunday, targeting beachgoers at three hotels.
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