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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.
Writer and publisher Alison Green has partnered with illustrator Jo Rose to create a picture book for the Deer Little Forest brand.
Tim Collins, head of brands for DC Thomson will be leaving the company.
Acamar Films and its agent The Licensing Company have signed two new partners for the preschool series "Bing."
London's British Library has tapped 10/6 London to create children's apparel and homewares inspired by Alice in Wonderland as the classic brand celebrates its 150th.
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!.
Grumpy Cat is traveling the U.S. with a number of recent appearances and a host of new licensing partners.
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