With digital devices now a daily presence in kids’ lives and new innovations like 3D printing entering the mainstream, technology is driving the toy category.
Highlights for Children, publisher of the children's magazine Highlights, has tapped Mega Brands, to develop puzzles featuring Highlights' Hidden Pictures illustrations.
American Greetings Properties has lined up a full slate of licensed product for its Care Bears brand in the U.K.
Knockout Licensing has established a core of inaugural licensees for Sony Pictures Television's TV series, "Outlander."
USAopoloy will create a co-branded version of its family board game Yahtzee with the film The Terminator, in a deal brokered by Creative Licensing Corporation.
Retail sales of toys in the U.S. generated $18.08 billion in 2014 compared to $17.46 billion in 2013, an increase of 4 percent, according to the NPD Group.
Hasbro is celebrating the 80th anniversary of the Monopoly brand this year with new products, as well as a number of entertainment activations and events.
The winners of the U.K. Toy Fair Best New Toy Awards were announced Tuesday by the British Toy & Hobby Association.
The British toy market increased 4.4 percent in 2014, the best result since 2010 when toy sales were up 8 percent.
Bulldog continues to grow the licensing roster for Moose Toys' girls’ collectible range Shopkins with the addition of three more licensees.
The Toy Industry Association is gearing up for the 112th annual North American International Toy Fair, set to take place at the Javits Center in New York City Feb. 14-17.
Crayola is planning a range of products featuring Lima Sky’s app property Doodle Jump, including mobile games and a line of craft kits.
Consumer Product Connection has secured two new licensees for the virtual pet app “Pou.”
Konami Digital Entertainment’s Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game Duelist competition for North American World Championship qualifiers was held in Detroit, Mich.
Toys 'R' Us lifted the curtain on its plans for the 2014 holiday season during a preview event at its showcase Time's Square store in New York City Wednesday.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has partnered with a wide array of licensees to develop fan-favorite gifts prime for holiday wish lists.
My Life Games has launched customizable Monopoly and Scrabble games, under license from Hasbro, exclusively on CafePress.com.
FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment has signed a string of new licensing deals for the classic Danger Mouse brand, based on the original TV series.
IDW Games and Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products are planning a new big-box board game based on the first three seasons of the ’90s TV drama “The X-Files.”
Kids action brand Surf Sharks has partnered with VenDynamics for educational collector cards and stickers featuring the publishing brand.
Cartoon Network and the CN show “Looney Labs” are now part of the Fluxx card game roster.
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