HollywoodLife confirmed Steindler’s move this afternoon. “We are privileged to welcome such a seasoned reporter to HollywoodLife.com,” Fuller said. “With terrific experience breaking celebrity news, Corynne’s addition is a significant advantage to our strong and growing editorial team.”
Full release from HollywoodLife after the jump
Former New York Post ‘Page Six’ Reporter Joins HollywoodLife.com
Bonnie Fuller Continues to Grow Editorial Staff, Hires Corynne Steindler as Senior Reporter
September 24, 2009 — New York City — HollywoodLife.com, a soon-to-be re-launched celebrity and style Web site, owned by Mail.com Media Corporation (MMC), announced today the appointment of Corynne Steindler as senior reporter. Currently, HollywoodLife.com is in the process of growing its editorial team under the direction of President and Editor-in-Chief Bonnie Fuller.
“We are privileged to welcome such a seasoned reporter to HollywoodLife.com,” says Fuller. “With terrific experience breaking celebrity news, Corynne’s addition is a significant advantage to our strong and growing editorial team.”
Prior to joining HollywoodLife.com, Steindler was a reporter at the New York Post’s leading gossip column ‘Page Six,’ covering and breaking major stories on prominent celebrities, politicians and corporate executives. She also worked as the editor of Jossip.com, an influential media gossip blog. Earlier in her career she worked with Fuller at Star Magazine.
“I am thrilled to join HollywoodLife.com,” says Steindler. “I look forward to working with Bonnie Fuller and the editorial team to re-launch the site with a new voice and direction, and to create a unique and trusted destination for celebrity coverage.”
In her new role, Steindler will be responsible for breaking celebrity news, bringing incisive reporting to celebrity stories and assisting Fuller in executing her editorial vision for the site. HollywoodLife.com, which covers celebrity, fashion, beauty and lifestyle news, will re-launch in the fall of 2009 with a new design and editorial focus, targeting style-minded women, ages 18-35.
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