With the huge scope and success of its Better Homes and Gardens brand, Meredith has solidified the foundation of its licensing efforts and is looking to expand.
Santoro has signed a roster of new deals for its art and design brands including Gorjuss, Willow and Mirabelle.
The Jim Henson Company has teamed with the animation house Cyber Group Studios to co-finance and co-produce two new children’s series.
Planeta Junior has tapped PHB to develop a new range of children's oral care products featuring the characters of DreamWorks Animation’s Madagascar.
British publishing house Penguin Random House is expanding its kids' fiction series The Diaries of Dennis the Menace.
Bulldog Licensing's sub-agents have signed a gaggle of new deals for the design brand It’s a Wild Life, which combines wildlife imagery with human characteristics.
Anderson Entertainment has lined up a host of new products and content inspired by the work of the late British producer Gerry Anderson.
Corus Entertainment's Nelvana has inked a deal with Scholastic for the worldwide English-language rights to its new series "Little Charmers."
Parragon has been tapped by Disney to publish a range of products across the North American market.
Fashion subscription service JustFab and the magazine People StyleWatch have joined forces to launch a capsule collection of footwear and handbags.
Suncrest Trading has signed on to create a toy line for the Carte Blanche Group's Tiny Tatty Teddy brand.
Perfetti Van Melle’s lollipop brand Chupa Chups has inked a new deal with Dohe for a stationery collection in Spain.
Silvergate Media has awarded Grosset & Dunlap (an imprint of Penguin) the North American publishing rights for its preschool brand, Octonauts.
Enesco has signed on to create a gifting range for Lori Lichtman-Sander and Patti Ray’s Mamasana brand.
Lifestyle designer Debra Valencia is authoring two sewing books for the DIY craft consumer.
IDW Entertainment and Entertainment One Television have announced the first series that will be developed under their new first-look co-production agreement–“V-Wars.”
Friendly Family Productions has appointed Knockout Licensing to represent the Little House on the Prairie brand in the U.S. and Canada.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products, with DC Entertainment, has extended nearly 15-year partnership with toy manufacturer, Mattel.
iDoo-B-Doo, a new brand concept for girls aged 3 to 7, is now a regular feature in the British regional publication The Village Directory.
Canadian publishing group Editions AdA has secured the French-language rights to the first two novels in Robert Ricci Young Adult fantasy series The Red Harlequin.
Mo’s Nose, the children’s book series by Margaret Hyde, is looking to extend its brand into new products.
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