License! Global has the first look at the new toys and games that are on showcase at New York City’s annual American International Toy Fair.
Disney Interactive and Disney Channel have teamed with Little Orbit to develop video games based on Planes: Fire & Rescue and the tween telenovela “Violetta.”
Hasbro and Mattel have both reported their results for the first quarter of 2014, and one toy company certainly faired better than the other.
Bandai Namco Games Europe is planning a new video game for Nintendo 3DS based on Viz Media’s anime property, Tenkai Knights.
Konami Digital Entertainment is planning a new mobile game called “PES Manager,” based on the Japanese soccer app, “World Soccer Collection S.”
Wicked Cool Toys has been appointed as the worldwide master toy licensee for Paws, Inc.’s Garfield brand.
Kellogg Company is getting in on The Amazing Spider-Man 2 action with a new game app that let’s players step into the world of the upcoming
Stern Pinball is unveiling never-before-seen images of Ford's special edition Mustang model on its new Mustang limited edition pinball machine.
Wham-O and Precious Tales are planning a line of pet products inspired by classic Wham-O toy brands such as Frisbee and Hula Hoop.
Spin Master has filed a civil lawsuit in California to stop the manufacture and sale of Stafly toys, which it claims infringe on its Flutterbye toy.
Dynamite Entertainment has partnered with Ubisoft for a comic book series based on the “Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell” video game franchise.
UK-based licensee Character World has secured a series of international deals with retailers in Europe.
Universal Partnerships & Licensing has teamed up with Cie Games to promote Fast & Furious 6.
Rovio Entertainment has launched a new mobile game publishing initiative to bring third party titles to its game lineup.
The Build-A-Bear Workshop has teamed up with Nickelodeon to offer SpongeBob SquarePants plush.
Giromax has launched a new collection of Angry Birds trading cards in U.K., based on “Angry Birds Space.”
License! Global takes an in-depth look at how interactive properties are expanding to mean more to product programs and how the category has become bigger and more lucrative than ever.
Activision Publishing has more than doubled its portfolio of licensees in less than one year for Skylanders and Call of Duty.
Hasbro has teamed up with Egmont Media to release an interactive storybook app based on the “Transformers Prime” TV series.
WizKids/NECA and MFV have launched a new puzzle app, “Connect with Pieces” that includes custom puzzles featuring Pacific Rim.
The LEGO Group has unveiled a full lineup up of licensing partners for the upcoming The LEGO Movie.
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