Random House Children's Books has announced that it will realign several of its imprints. Under this plan, explained Beverly Horowitz, v-p and publisher at RHCB Trade Group, Random is seeking to futher distinguish the individual identities of each imprint.

Under the restructuring, Joan Slattery has been named publishing director of Knopf/Crown Books for Young Readers. She had been executive editor at the imprint.

Françoise Bui has been promoted from executive editor to the recently formed position of publishing director of Doubleday Books for Young Readers. The imprint will now focus its efforts exclusively on picture books.

Wendy Loggia will be publishing director of media services, overseeing paperback series and media-related projects, including movie tie-ins. She had been a senior editor.

Karen Wojtyla has been named to the new position of publishing director of global projects. Formerly exective editor at Delacorte, Wojtyla will seek to acquire book projects from as-yet-untapped areas of the world, including Eastern Europe, the Middle East and South America. Wojtyla will also continue to edit books for Delacorte.

In addition, Diana Blough has been named to the new position of director of trade title development. Formerly director of new business development, Blough will now act as a liaison between the editorial groups and the sales department. She, along with all of the publishing directors, will report directly to Horowitz.