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Ree Drummond, creator of "The Pioneer Woman" blog and Food Network host, has launched a collection of modern country housewares exclusively at Walmart.
The creators of the PBS Kids series "Peg + Cat," are celebrating the release of the brand's first picture book with two storytelling events in New York City.
Sophia Jansson, creative director of Moomin Characters, will give the keynote address at Brand Licensing Europe's Licensing Academy Oct. 14.
Wizards of the Coast and Viz Media are developing The Art of Magic: The Gathering–Zendikar, an art book featuring the strategy card game Magic: The Gathering.
Penguin Ventures is expanding its partnership with Start Licensing to include representation of its wholly owned properties.
Jessica Eriksson has been appointed to the newly created position of licensing manager at Saltkråkan–The Astrid Lindgren Company.
MGL Licensing has signed a number of new deals for the artists and design brands it represents including Katarina Sokolova, "Cat & Dog" and Valentina.
The U.K.'s Channel 4 has commissioned an animated special based on the popular illustrated children’s book We’re Going on a Bear Hunt, published by Walker Books.
RJM Licensing has been appointed by NorthSouth Books to represent The Rainbow Fish book series for licensing in the U.S. and Canada
OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network has launched O Store, an online retail destination for exclusive OWN and Oprah merchandise alongside lifestyle content.
Last week Playboy hosted the grand opening of its new, freestanding Playboy Mexico store, Playboy Estd 1953.
A&B TV and Bulldog Licensing have inked a deal with Box of Frogs Media to produce a series of interactive app books based on the animated duo Roobarb and Custard.
Saban Brands and Crayola have entered a new global partnership to produce a coloring and activity line of Power Rangers products.
The New York Times Company announced a new publishing agreement between the International New York Times and Republica to create a combined print edition in Nepal.
Dentsu Entertainment USA has added three new licensees for "Little Battlers eXperience," an original concept created by Level-5.
Crayola has partnered with Lulu Jr. to develop book-making kits for children ages 4 to 12.
Perpetual Licensing has been appointed to manage the new digital/physical crossover coloring book format Painting Lulu.
Rockpool Licensing has signed on to represent Four Seasons Licensing and Merchandising’s children’s literary property, Brambly Hedge.
Shout! Factory Kids and Studio Movie Grill have teamed up to bring Maya the Bee Movie to select U.S. theaters for a limited engagement beginning March 8.
Chicken Soup for the Soul Productions has greenlit its first network TV series to Litton Entertainment for the Saturday morning programming block on The CW.
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