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.
Parragon, a division of DC Thomson, has reorganized its business into two new divisions–Parragon Publishing and Parragon International.
DC Thomson has launched a new monthly children’s magazine that focuses on multi-platform gaming and entertainment.
Magic Light Pictures has launched the first game app for the classic picture book The Gruffalo.
StoryToys has released 3D pop-up activity app based on the Poppy Cat franchise and developed in collaboration with Coolabi and The Kindly Ones Productions.
Scholastic Parent & Child magazine has launched "KidQ," a free mobile app that facilitates conversation about the things that kids are curious about.
Rovio will preview its upcoming “Angry Birds Stella” mobile game exclusively at Barnes & Noble stores from Aug. 29 to Sept. 3.
Meredith Corporation is teaming with Net2TV for a streaming, on-demand television show for connected TVs based on the Better Homes and Gardens brand.
Speakaboos has launched a range of new titles from The Jim Henson Company, HIT Entertainment and Scholastic Media/WestonWoods.
Produce for Kids and its third annual Healthy Families, Helping Kids campaign announce a new partnership with the classic book The Very Hungry Caterpillar.
DC Thomson's weekly women’s magazine The People’s Friend is partnering with the group of charities that form the Age U.K. network.
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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