With theatrical planned and a new animated series primed for delivery, Mind Candy, creators of the Moshi Monster phenomenon, discusses what the future holds as it turn five years old.
EA has launched the flagship online store for its Need for Speed franchise with the help of licensee Joystick Junkies.
BookExpo America has teamed up with the Toy Industry Association, producers of the American International Toy Fair, to cross-promote their events.
Peanuts Worldwide has teamed up with Storypanda Digital Publishing to bring some of its books to the iPad.
DreamWorks Animation and Cupcake Digital have released a new app inspired by the VeggieTales DVD, Merry Larry & the True Light of Christmas.
Discovery Communications and Nancy Glass Productions have partnered with Game Pill, to launch the official “Tanked” game app.
The U.K.’s largest nature conservation charity RSPB has teamed up with Pants On Fire Games to create the original board game Wing It.
Rovio Entertainment has appointed Megalicense to represent licensing and retail initiatives for its Angry Birds brand in Russia.
A new animated TV series is in development based on the game app “Subway Surfers,” which is represented worldwide by the licensing agent Ink.
Nickelodeon has launched the “Nick App” in the U.K. and Ireland, marking the first availability of the app outside of the U.S.
Licensed toys play prominently in the list of finalists for the Toy Industry Association’s 2014 Toy of the Year Awards.
British toy company Arklu has signed a distribution agreement with Schylling to bring its Lottie fashion dolls to the U.S.
Nickelodeon and Fuhu have teamed up for Nickelodeon-themed accessories and pre-loaded content for the Nabi Jr. kids’ tablet.
Fisher-Price’s line of toys featuring Silvergate Media’s preschool series “Octonauts” is arriving at stores in the U.S. this month.
McFarlane Toys has released a third action figure line for AMC’s “The Walking Dead.”
Hasbro and its partner Gameloft have added a new interactive feature to the "Littlest Pet Shop" app that creates an interactive experience with the physical toys.
Zeptolab has tapped Maxell for a line of Cut the Rope-branded headphones in Canada, in a deal brokered by Studio Licensing.
PopCap Games has announced plans for a new Facebook game based on its hit app “Plants vs. Zombies.”
Spike TV has launched a new second-screen app for Bellator MMA that lets viewers become the fourth judge in the mixed martial arts competition.
Jeremy Padawer is joining Michael Rinzler as partner and co-president of Wicked Cool Toys.
Studio Licensing has negotiated a new promotional partnership to bring the main character of Zeptolab’s “Cut the Rope” to popcorn in Canada.
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