Toy fair season culminates in New York City with an impressive slate of licensed merchandise on display.
McDonald's is promoting Zodiak Kids’ children’s series “LoliRock” in France this month with a new Happy Meal offering.
The WWE has partnered with Toy State to bring the professional wrestling brand to the remote-controlled vehicle category in North America.
Kabam and Universal Partnerships & Licensing today have released the official mobile game of the Fast & Furious movie franchise, "Fast & Furious: Legacy."
Mask-arade has launched a new range of Star Wars masks in partnership with the brand's licensee, Rubie's Masquerade.
Novel Entertainment has teamed with P2 Entertainment to launch a new game app based on the CITV series "Horrid Henry."
The Joester Loria Group has tapped Buffalo Games to develop games based on the the National Geographic Channel series “Brain Games.”
Toys 'R' Us executives outlined initiatives that are being implemented to improve operational performance and drive profitable growth at a meeting Tuesday.
Disney Consumer Products is planning a multi-platform U.S. campaign in support of its new Disney Princess product offerings that will hit retail this summer.
Consumer Product Connection has appointed Home Made Licensing to serve as the French licensing agent for the virtual pet app "Pou."
Imangi Studios' game app "Temple Run" is racing into kids’ meals at Sonic Drive-In restaurants across the U.S. this spring.
Bulldog Licensing is looking to bring the iconic football publishing brand Shoot to the toy sector.
Bubuzz has launched a new line of collectible figures featuring football stars from teams including FCBarcelona, Man U and Chelsea.
Lima Sky has appointed Danish firm INK as licensing agent in the Nordics and Eastern Europe for its mobile game “Doodle Jump.”
Hoho Rights has teamed with Immediate Media to launch a one-off magazine special featuring the CBeebies series “Cloudbabies.”
Saban Brands’ animated preschool series “Julius Jr.” has been picked up by Nick Jr. for a second season in the U.S.
Brix 'N Clix is refuting the allegations made by Spin Master in a civil lawsuit filed last month over the Flutterbye Flying Fairy toy.
CBS Consumer Products has unveiled the first licensing partners for the new Showtime series “Penny Dreadful.”
Imports Dragon has added to its toy line for Nelvana’s preschool series “Max and Ruby” with a line of character plush.
Skechers USA has tapped Jakks Pacific to develop a line of toys and products inspired by the Skechers and Twinkle Toes brands.
DreamWorks Animation and Cupcake Digital have released a new app based on the upcoming film How to Train Your Dragon 2.
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