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.
Knockout Licensing has added three new partners for Boo: The World’s Cutest Dog in Japan and Europe.
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.
The 100th issue of the Official Nintendo Magazine hit newsstands Wednesday featuring a special cover for subscribers.
UNIQLO has launched a new apparel line featuring the Moomins, in a deal brokered by Bulls Licensing.
Nickelodeon has signed to bring Random House’s first book-to-screen TV series “Wanda and the Alien” to Nickelodeon internationally.
Sanrio and Sourcebooks have teamed up to create a new personalized children’s book series featuring Hello Kitty.
Sanrio and Art You Grew Up With have launched a Mr. Men Little Miss pop-up shop at Selfridges in the U.K.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has tapped Ruckus Media Group to bring e-books featuring top characters to mobile markets.
IDW Publishing has added Rovio Entertainment’s Angry Birds to its portfolio and plans to launch a series of comic books for the brand.
Penguin Licensing and Consumer Products is planning a consumer products program to celebrate the 100th anniversary of its Ladybird Books imprint in 2015.
Entertainment One is kicking off 2014 with a lineup of new products for its hit property Peppa Pig.
FremantleMedia has brokered a deal on behalf of Conde Nast’s Self magazine for a range of packaged frozen meals.
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