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Page Six Loses Another Reporter, This One to Hollywood Life

Corynne Steindler lured away by Bonnie Fuller-led site.

New York Post’s Page Six is losing another senior reporter.

Corynne Steindler, who has been at the world’s most famous gossip page since 2006, is leaving to join HollywoodLife.com, the retooled, repositioned, about-to-be-relaunched website led by Bonnie Fuller and owned by Jay Penske’s Mail.com Media Corporation.

Steindler, a former blogger for the now-defunct Jossip, used to work with Fuller at Star magazine. HollywoodLife’s relaunch will target “style-minded women, ages 18-35.”

Here’s the press release – and the New York Observer story with more details.

Steindler’s exit comes less than three months after longtime P6 scribe Paula Froelich left Richard Johnson’s stable to devote more time to her burgeoning book career.

Another longtime Page Sixer, Bill Hoffman, left in August.

The loss of Steindler means that Neel Shah, the former Gawker intern and Radar reporter, is the most senior member of Johnson’s staff. He’s been there less than a year. Emily Smith, the other reporter under Johnson, was hired away from Bauer’s Life & Style to replace Froelich.