Comic-Con came again, and with it the total transformation of San Diego, Calif., into a pop culture wonderland.
Activision Publishing has developed a single- and multi-player singing video game based on the music competition series "The Voice."
Red Bull Media House has teamed with Roadhouse Interactive to launch "Red Bull Air Race–The Game," inspired by the actual air racing championship series.
The Toy Industry Foundation announced that $100 million worth of toys and games was distributed to children in need since their Toy Bank program was founded.
For the second year, Walmart has turned to the real toy experts–kids ages 18 months to 12 years–to find this holiday season's top 20 toys.
Bleacher Creatures is planning a brand-new line of DC Comics plush figures representing the greatest Super Heroes (and Super Villains) in the galaxy.
Iron Gut Publishing, which recently released a line of limited edition collectible artwork for the iconic French teething toy, Sophie la girafe, has expanded the line's distribution.
SEGA Europe has hired Kay Ferneyhough to join its London-based licensing team as retail license manager.
Nickelodeon presented a sneak peak of the top holiday toys for its properties such as Dora the Explorer, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Paw Patrol.
Toys 'R' Us lifted the curtain on its plans for the 2014 holiday season during a preview event at its showcase Time's Square store in New York City Wednesday.
NECA, in partnership with Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products, has announced the next lineup of celebrities in The Simpsons 25 of the Greatest Guest Stars program.
Nerd Corps Entertainment has had a flurry of licensing activity in Central and South America for Slugterra.
EA Sports will not publish a 2015 version of its college football video game after an ongoing dispute with the NCAA.
Beanstalk’s Tinderbox, the newly formed digital subdivision of the global brand licensing agency, is closing deals for its initial roster of clients.
MGA Entertainment, owner of the Lalaloopsy doll brand, has renewed licensing deals with several of its original partners.
ITV is focusing on four of its major properties at BLE–Cut the Rope, Matt Hatter Chronicles, Babar and the Classic Thunderbirds.
The CGI-animated web series, “Barbie Life in the Dreamhouse,” will premiere on Nickelodeon in October.
Lexus has teamed up with Electronic Arts to offer the all-new IS 350 F Sport to fans in the No. 1 mobile racing app, “Real Racing 3.”
Warner Bros. has released a The Big Bang Theory-branded edition of the classic “whodunit” board game Clue.
Nurture Rights has appointed Paul Lamond Games as the U.K. licensee for Dinosaur Roar! puzzles and games.
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has tied up a multi-property partnership with Bioworld Europe for apparel and accessories.
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