Gawker Media is relaunching Defamer, the Hollywood gossip site that was folded into Gawker proper back in early 2009. The website will temporarily be run by former Gawker editor in chief AJ Daulerio, he announced in a post this afternoon. Mr. Daulerio, who left Gawker in January, has been consulting for BuzzMedia since March and will conduct a search for a permanent editor.
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