This comprehensive guide to the world’s largest licensors provides retail sales data and trends for licensors in all sectors.
A new theme park inspired by the Moomim brand will open in Japan in 2017.
Dynamite has partnered with Surge Licensing and Homieshop for a new deal that will create the first-ever officially licensed Homies publications.
As its year-old publishing partnership with DC Thompson surpasses 300,000 copies sold, Penguin Random House is continuing to expand the range for the Dennis the Menace franchise from author Steven Butler.
Parragon, publishers of illustrated non-fiction books and creator of toys, games and gifts, announced that Claire Payne is joining its sales team as senior director of mass market sales.
The Wildflower Group has brokered a licensing agreement for Rodale and food delivery service Chef’d to be the official mail-order meal service for Rodale’s brands.
Papercutz, a children's graphic novel publishing company, has announced the debut of Nickelodeon magazine.
Disney Consumer Products released its gift guide featuring a cross section of new and exclusive products that will hit retail shelves this holiday season.
As part of her 60th birthday, creators of children's book character Miffy marked the occasion with the launch of www.miffyshop.co.uk.
In a mega-deal that brings together two prominent billion-dollar licensors, Sequential Brands has acquired Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia.
DC Thomson Publishing will become the new sponsor of the U.K. children’s channel CITV.
Bonnier Corporation’s Field & Stream magazine is now available as a 30-minute weekly TV show, exclusively on Net2TV’s Portico TV service.
Lion Forge Comics has teamed with IDW Publishing to debut its digital comic book library in the print market.
Knockout Licensing has been appointed by Sony Pictures Television to manage licensing for the romantic/fantasy entertainment franchise “Outlander.”
Haven Licensing will now represent Artestar and manage the licensing of its art, design and pop culture brands in Australia and New Zealand.
IDW Publishing and Humble Bundle have teamed up to bring more than $270 worth of digital comic books from the Star Trek franchise to fans.
DC Thomson Consumer Products will be presenting its portfolio of iconic brands and a range of third-party properties at Brand Licensing Europe next week.
The Joester Loria Group has brokered a new deal for The World of Eric Carle brand to expand its current program into stationery, craft and confections.
Publishing brand Belle & Boo has appointed Alicom as its licensing agent in the Nordics.
Russian stationery company ZPR/Art & Design and the Rizzoli bookshop in Somerset House have snapped up ranges of Deer Little Forest paper goods.
Entertainment One Licensing has secured a number of deals for the global preschool brand Peppa Pig in the G/A/S region, including a regional licensing agent.
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