This exclusive report examines the strategic initiatives that have transformed Hasbro from a leading toy company into an entertainment leader.
Interactive mobile company King Digital Entertainment and its game Candy Crush Saga will launch its first U.K. collection of candies, in partnership with Spun Candy.
TV Tokyo has announced a licensing agreement, giving Chinese game platform Shenzhen iDreamSky Technology permission to create mobile games for China and other Asian territories.
The 45th anniversary season of “Sesame Street” will premiere September 15 on PBS Kids.
Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Mobile Game is now available for iOS, Android and Amazon devices.
Game company Pixowl has signed on to create an original simulation mobile game featuring Garfield in a new partnership with Paws, Inc.
Internet media company Kabam has released its free-to-play game “Fast & Furious 6: The Game” on Facebook, under an agreement with Universal Partnerships & Licensing.
Konami Digital Entertainment has launched "Swords & Poker Adventure," a mobile game for iOS devices based on "Sword & Poker" app series.
Lima Sky, the development studio behind the mobile game "Doodle Jump," has partnered with Egmont Publishing for a Doodle Jump activity and sticker book.
Tech 4 Kids has signed on to create toy and lifestyle products for the game app "Flappy Bird."
Mind Candy founder Michael Acton Smith is stepping down as chief executive officer of the company to take on a more creative role.
TNT has inked a new deal with video game publisher Little Orbit to bring its TV series “Falling Skies” to consoles.
Samsung Electronics has announced plans for a new tablet built specifically for kids.
The Band-Aid brand will add Nickelodeon's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to its “Magic Vision” app this fall.
Feld Entertainment has signed a trio of new deals for Monster Jam that will see the brand drive into a mobile app, wall decals and stickers.
The Jim Henson Company has partnered with children’s app developer PlayTales to create an app for “Fraggle Rock.”
Imira Entertainment has launched a library of five new apps based on its animated series, “Sandra, The Fairytale Detective.”
Licensed toys play prominently in the list of finalists for the Toy Industry Association’s 2014 Toy of the Year Awards.
Traditional toys will always have a place in the toy aisle, but increasingly digital products and properties are driving trends in children’s play.
Cupcake Digital has released the official app for Open Road Films’ The Nut Job movie, which will arrive in theaters Jan. 17.
The CBeebies preschool show “Woolly and Tig” has become the latest brand to join Digital Giving’s charity app “T-Shirt Booth.”
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