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PRH UK Unifies Children's Division Under Dow

Posted at 8:31AM Thursday 16 Jan 2014

Penguin Random House UK has created a single children's division, led by Francesca Dow.

Dow will be managing director, Penguin Random House UK Children's, and will report to Tom Weldon, CEO, Penguin Random House UK. Philippa Dickinson, currently managing director of Random House Children's Publishers, takes on the new role of Consultant Children's Publisher with editorial responsibility for key projects and authors. She plans to fulfil her long held desire to retire in 2015.

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