The international toy fairs tease the new games and merchandise kids will be lining up to play with in 2016.
Viacom International Media Networks will continue the global roll out of its Emmy award-winning “Nick Play” app this spring.
In anticipation of The Angry Birds Movie, Rovio has partnered with several new licensees to help bring the brand to a new generation of fans.
Hasbro, in conjunction with Backflip Studios and Space Ape Games, will release “Transformers: Earth Wars” this spring worldwide, excluding Japan and China.
Cartoon Network is supporting the launch of the brand-new "LEGO Nexo Knights" toy line and Merlok 2.0 gaming app.
Bare Tree Media has released a new series of Valentine’s Day-themed digital stickers featuring six top brands.
Marvel has partnered with TinyCo to release the new mobile game “Marvel Avengers Academy” on the App Store and Google Play.
Kidoz has teamed with the KD Group, makers of the Kurio line of children's electronics, to provide users with a safe and more advanced content discovery experience through the Kidoz app store.
Glu Mobile, a developer and publisher of free-to-play games, has entered into a multi-year partnership with Taylor Swift for the development of a new mobile game.
Spike Games has created new mobile slot game called “School’s Out,” inspired by the iconic Alice Cooper song.
From an increased focus on building 360-degree franchises to a host of major executive moves, here's the news that shaped 2015.
U.S. video-on-demand online kids' service Kabillion has picked up two series from French producer and distributor Cyber Group Studios.
Nintendo has entered into a strategic partnership with mobile game developer DeNA for game apps based on its IP and to launch a new multi-device gaming service.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has teamed with Bandai Namco Entertainment America to create a mobile game for the upcoming film Pixels.
This month Nickelodeon will launch a host of brand-new "Blaze and the Monster Machines" content across TV, apps and online.
Malik Ducard, director of content partnerships at YouTube, will be the opening speaker at the inaugural Digital Media Licensing Summit at Licensing Expo June 8.
YouTube and Halfbrick, the Australian game developer behind mobile game “Fruit Ninja,” will produce a slate of original content for YouTube.
D3 Go! and Cartoon Network have launched the new free-to-play app "Adventure Time Puzzle Quest" worldwide.
"Zoobe" is brining Ghostbusters characters Slimer and Stay Puft to its voice messaging app under license from Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Outfit7 Group has hired mobile expert Mika Kuusisto to fill the newly created role of chief revenue officer for both Outfit7 and Bee7.
Dramaforum has partnered with KD Interactive, makers of the Kurio line of Android devices built for kids for a new app.
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