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.
The Fred Rogers Company, Out of the Blue Enterprises and PBS Kids have fast-tracked plans for a toy range based on the series “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.”
American Greetings Properties has signed new master partners for its top brands.
Rovio Entertainment has tapped Tycoon Group to manage Angry Birds in Brazil.
Nelvana and the Clifford Ross Company have tapped Cupcake Digital for the first-ever apps for Babar.
Universal has partnered with Gameloft for the mobile game "Despicable Me: Minion Rush."
Zodiak Kids has tapped Wonder Forge for Tickety Toc games, in a deal brokered by Established Brands.
Rose Marketing is planning a Dennis the Menace-themed goody bag for The Beano's 75th anniversary.
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.
Fremantle Kids & Family Entertainment expects powerful results from this popular U.K. preschool program, which recently premiered in the U.S.
With a multi-platform methodology for content and merchandise, Disney Consumer Products is building a 365-day super franchise for decades to come for The Avengers.
Jakks Pacific has broadened its agreement with Televisa and Univision Communications for the Mexican sitcom “El Chavo.”
Nickelodeon U.K. is taking the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' fighting vehicle, the Shellraiser, on the road to 10 ASDA stores this month.
Hasbro and Electronic Arts are continuing their relationship to bring Hasbro’s game brands to mobile platforms globally.
Educational game maker JumpStart has launched a new online game based on DreamWorks Animation's How To Train Your Dragon.
Licensees for HBO’s “Game of Thrones” used Comic-Con last week to showcase new product lines for the fantasy drama.
Thursday’s edition of the U.K.’s Daily Mirror newspaper featured a special Cut the Rope promotion.
Majesco Entertainment is planning a new kids version of its Zumba Fitness video game franchise.
The Jim Henson Company has officially launched its newest preschool property, Chatter Zoo.
TNT has inked a new deal with video game publisher Little Orbit to bring its TV series “Falling Skies” to consoles.
NECA has launched a Kickstarter campaign to create a Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Art-branded game wallet.
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