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.
DK Publishing's line of books based on the children's teething toy Sophie la girafe are now available in the U.S.
Lion Forge Comics has teamed with IDW Publishing to debut its digital comic book library in the print market.
Lima Sky, the development studio behind the mobile game "Doodle Jump," has partnered with Egmont Publishing for a Doodle Jump activity and sticker book.
Portico is planning to bring classic images from the Life photographic library to a new line of gifting products and stationery for the U.K. market.
Mo’s Nose, the children’s book series by Margaret Hyde, is looking to extend its brand into new products.
Universal Studios Japan has opened The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, a re-creation of the world of the Harry Potter movies.
Marvel Comics has announced an all-new era for the God of Thunder with a brand-new comic book series featuring a female Thor.
Halo Consumer Products has teamed up with four new licensees for products inspired by the "Halo" video game franchise.
Hearst Brand Development has launched Seventeen magazine's first-ever apparel and accessories collection exclusively at Sears.
Egmont Magazines has signed on to create a magazine for the preschool publishing property Dinosaur Roar, in a deal brokered by Nurture Rights.
Independent licensing agency JELC has signed on to represent the new girls’ brand concept iDoo-B-Doo.
Andersen Press London has appointed Brentwood Licensing to continue the growth of their flagship Elmer the Patchwork Elephant character.
DreamWorks Animation and children’s housewares brand Land of Nod are partnering for a brand new program that will feature DWA’s Little Golden Books characters.
Coolabi has started production on its brand new stop-motion animated series for 8- to 10-year-olds, “Scream Street” (52 x 11), with co-production partner Factory TM.
Licensing agent Metrostar has been appointed to represent the classic French novella The Little Prince in the U.K. and Eire.
The Joy Tashjian Marketing Group has finalized three new deals for NBC’s catalog of classic properties.
Timeless Trésor has launched an exclusive line of The Wizard of Oz jewelry based on the books.
Longtime Dr. Seuss publisher Random House Children’s Books is bringing the author’s titles to digital platforms for the first time.
Andrew Smith has been promoted to senior vice president, deputy publisher, executive director of new business development.
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