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.
LA streetwear label Joyrich has launched its first collaboration with lifestyle brand Playboy.
National Geographic has tapped Home Source International to develop a line of beach towels under its National Geographic and National Geographic Kids brands.
DC Thomson Consumer Products has announced new developments for its food brand, Maw Broon’s Kitchen, inspired by the matriarch of The Sunday Post weekly comic strip.
Jam Brands, in collaboration with Copyrights Group, will launch a licensing program for the lifestyle magazine Jits at Brand Licensing Europe next month.
Imangi Studios and National Geographic Kids are bringing the mobile game series "Temple Run" to life in an educational action-adventure book.
Egmont Publishing has unveiled its newest Minecraft title–Blockopedia.
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.
RJM Licensing will represent The Country Diary of an Edwarian Lady for the home décor and stationery market in the U.S. and Canada.
Literary agency Prava i Prevodi has been appointed as sub-agent for Roberto Ricci’s young adult fantasy series, The Red Harlequin, in 19 countries.
Last week Playboy hosted the grand opening of its new, freestanding Playboy Mexico store, Playboy Estd 1953.
Gap has introduced its second exclusive menswear collection designed by GQ's four Best New Menswear Designers in America.
Scholastic Media and Sprout have joined forces to create the new preschool TV series “Astroblast!.”
Sanrio has launched a new character in the Mr. Men Little Miss franchise–Little Miss Hug.
Nurture Rights has appointed Paul Lamond Games as the U.K. licensee for Dinosaur Roar! puzzles and games.
Redan Publishing and Entertainment One are extending their publishing partnership with plans for the first digital Peppa Pig magazine.
Sony Pictures Consumer Products is getting ready for the 30th anniversary of Ghostbusters next year by lining up a raft of licensees.
HarperCollins Publishers U.S. and U.K. and Google's Niantic Labs are planning a multi-media program that will be based on the YA trilogy Endgame.
The WWE has teamed up with DK Publishing to create a range of titles based on the professional wrestling organization’s events and Superstars.
This year, the classic children’s book The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle is celebrating its 45th anniversary and JLG has planned a year of events.
Forbes has licensed its name to the Swiss-based technology company Lotaris for a new mobile payment system called Forbes Digital Commerce.
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