This comprehensive guide to the world’s largest licensors provides retail sales data and trends for licensors in all sectors.
Chronicle Books is building a licensing program for the best-selling bedtime books Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site and Steam Train, Dream Train.
Highlights for Children is planning a new publication–Highlights Hidden Pictures: A Coloring Book for Grown-Up Children.
Hearst-Rodale's magazine brand Men's Health has launched a range of vitamins in the U.K.
Children's app creator Cupcake Digital has introduced the subscription content service "NetKids Digital Entertainment Network."
IDW Entertainment has announced two wins in the TV space with USA picking up "Brooklyn Animal Control," and SyFy signing on for "Wynonna Earp."
Debra Valencia has released a new sewing book, the first in a series of three that will feature the artist and designer's quilt and home décor fabrics.
Viz Media has partnered with the film distribution company Eleven Arts to present Boruto: Naruto the Movie in a series of theatrical engagements around the U.S.
In celebration of the newly discovered Dr. Seuss book What Pet Should I Get?, Barnes & Noble is hosting a series of themed events at book stores across the U.S.
Bulls Licensing, worldwide agent for the Moomin brand, has appointed El Ocho to represent the property in Spain and launched a number of new brand extensions.
Peppa Pig is getting ready to go back to school with the new DVD release, "Peppa Pig: School Bus Trip," which will hit shelves Aug. 4 from Entertainment One.
The iStoryTime digital book library, powered by Cupcake Digital, will now include titles from Nickelodeon.
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.
Licensing agency Brands with Influence has taken on two new brands–The Enid Blyton Estate, which is owned by Hachette U.K., and the CBBC star Hacker T Dog.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has announced the first licensing partners for its new series “Thunderbirds Are Go.”
Preparations for the 20th anniversary of Guess How Much I Love You in 2015 are well underway, with Walker Books adding two new licensees for the brand.
Online retailer Whimsical-Art.com will launch a line of products featuring the books of best-selling kids' author Todd Parr.
The Wildflower Group has been tapped by media company Rodale to develop consumer products programs in the U.S. for six of its top magazine brands.
Merriam-Webster and Publications International have teamed to develop a line of large-print puzzle books under the dictionary brand.
DreamWorks has appointed Striker Entertainment and Entertainment One Licensing to represent the upcoming film The BFG, adapted from the classic Roald Dahl book.
American Greetings Properties has lined up a full slate of licensed product for its Care Bears brand in the U.K.
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