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.
Rovio Entertainment has partnered with the bakery chain Mrs. Fields for an Angry Birds kids program that will take place through the rest of the year.
Lima Sky has appointed Danish firm INK as licensing agent in the Nordics and Eastern Europe for its mobile game “Doodle Jump.”
Fox Digital Entertainment and 20th Century Fox Television Production have released the new app “Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff.”
Concept One is developing a line of accessories featuring the mobile game “Flappy Bird."
Bulldog Licensing has signed another new Garfield licensee in the U.K.–Sambro will create a line of bags featuring the character.
Disruptor Beam is developing a new strategy role-playing game for the Star Trek franchise.
Space Enterprises has teamed up DIC 2 in Italy to develop a licensing program for its preschool series “The Hive.”
Trigger Happy, the creators of the animated storytelling app “Toon Hero,” has launched a social network that will let users publish their creations faster.
Cupcake Digital and Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products are giving fans of the upcoming Rio 2 film in a new app.
The app “Pou” has tapped Consumer Product Connection to develop a worldwide licensing program for the brand.
Marvel Entertainment and Disney Consumer Products have unveiled the full lineup of new products for Iron Man 3.
The U.K.’s Science Museum has teamed up with Puzzler Media to create a new word search app for adults and kids.
Giromax has launched a new collection of Angry Birds trading cards in U.K., based on “Angry Birds Space.”
Hasbro has acquired a majority stake in the mobile gaming company Backflip Studios.
Marvel Entertainment has teamed up with Gree for the new mobile game, "X-Men: Battle of the Atom."
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.”
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