This comprehensive guide to the world’s largest licensors provides retail sales data and trends for licensors in all sectors.
"Masha and the Bear" merchandise is now being introduced to the U.K. market.
Entertainment One has appointed the first licensing partners for Steven Spielberg’s big-screen adaptation of the classic Roald Dahl novel The BFG.
The force of reading will be strong at thousands of regional and international storytelling events Saturday for Star Wars Reads Day.
Elm Education Marketing has licensed the Merriam-Webster dictionary brand for its line of WordTeasers vocabulary training tools, in a deal brokered by JRL Group.
Scholastic U.K. is making changes to its editorial group as it looks to grow its licensed publishing and leverage its owned brands more effectively
Game maker Wonder Forge, in partnership with The World of Eric Carle, is developing preschool games based on the author's best-selling books.
Richard Latter, author of The Guide to the Licensing World, passed away suddenly on Sept. 28. He is survived by his wife and two children.
This holiday season, National Geographic is offering an eclectic assortment of gifts that reflect the power of science, exploration and storytelling.
Redan Publishing is planning a new standalone magazine for the CBeebies series "Boj."
Lisa Marks Associates has signed new deals to bring the Peeps confectionery brand to a range of new categories including publishing and homewares.
Nickelodeon & Viacom Consumer Products has signed a number of new deals for its two most popular preschool series, "Paw Patrol" and “Dora and Friends.”
Fit For Sport has joined forces with Saban’s Power Rangers emPOWER program in the U.K. to launch a fitness guide to help children "power up."
DHX Brands has signed a deal with Egmont Publishing for the international rights to produce children’s books and magazines based on the Teletubbies brand.
Meredith Corporation and David Zinczenko, co-author of the Eat This, Not That! book series, have launched a standalone magazine for the brand.
Mind Candy, makers of the Moshi Monsters, has launched its new mobile game "World of Warriors" on Android and signed on a number of new product partners.
McDonald's USA is bringing back its Happy Meal Books program in partnership with HarperCollins Children's Books.
Fox Animation, the studio behind the Ice Age and Rio franchises, has secured the motion pictures rights to the iconic Mr. Men Little Miss characters.
The World of Eric Carle has partnered with Native Organics for a line of natural, non-toxic cleaning products featuring artwork from Eric Carle books.
Comic book publisher Dynamite Entertainment has expanded its merchandising program with a new creative partnership with The Brewing Factory.
Dr. Seuss Enterprises is launching a search for children ages 5 to 18 who excel in the areas of STEAM in celebration of the 25th anniversary of Oh, the Places You'll Go!.
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