Comic-Con came again, and with it the total transformation of San Diego, Calif., into a pop culture wonderland.
Disney Consumer Products has unveiled an intergalactic assortment of products for the new Disney XD animated TV series "Star Wars Rebels."
Midoki and Rovio's third-party publishing division, Rovio Stars, have released the new app "Plunder Pirates" for iOS devices.
Microsoft has acquired Stockholm-based game developer Mojang and its iconic “Minecraft” franchise for $2.5 billion.
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.
Imangi Studios and National Geographic Kids are bringing the mobile game series "Temple Run" to life in an educational action-adventure book.
Consumer Product Connection has appointed of licensing agencies to represent the "Pou" app brand around the globe.
Digital Giving's charity app "T-Shirt Booth" welcomes a new addition–the hit mobile game "Plants vs. Zombies," in a deal brokered by Bulldog Licensing.
Made in Me has partnered with comic book publisher Dynamite Entertainment to bring Doodle Jump comics to mobile devices and tablets globally.
Hasbro and Bazooka Candy Brands have joined forces for a cross-promotion launching this month.
Cartoon Network has launched LEGO Game Creator, an online application that allows kids to build their own games or play games created by other players.
Lima Sky has tapped Australian-based Goldie Marketing as the master toy partner for its digital gaming property Doodle Jump.
Endemol U.K. is making its first move into app publishing with two new apps based on the game shows “Pointless” and “Deal or No Deal.”
Lifestyle brand Zumba Fitness has tapped Majesco Entertainment to bring “Zumba Dance” to smartphones for the first time.
Digital Giving continues to add new characters and charity partnerships to its new app “T-Shirt Booth.”
New technological advances could very well become part of everyone's life sooner than many people would guess and certainly influence the business of brand licensing.
WizKids/NECA has released an app version of the monster-battling, dice, deck building game Quarriors!.
Traditional toys will always have a place in the toy aisle, but increasingly digital products and properties are driving trends in children’s play.
This year, the classic children’s book The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle is celebrating its 45th anniversary and JLG has planned a year of events.
Bandai has launched the toy line for the latest iteration of Saban’s Power Rangers, “Power Rangers Super Megaforce."
Crayola is planning a range of products featuring Lima Sky’s app property Doodle Jump, including mobile games and a line of craft kits.
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