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.
Crayola is planning a range of products featuring Lima Sky’s app property Doodle Jump, including mobile games and a line of craft kits.
BBC One has commissioned a new daytime game show based on the U.K. board game Linkee that will be distributed internationally by Warner Bros.
Licensing agency Brandgenuity has signed six new licensees for the History channel’s Dark Ages drama “Vikings.”
Saban Brands has tapped Jakks Pacific to develop a new gaming system for the brand Power Rangers and has renewed its costume partnership.
Imangi Studios, creators of “Temple Run” game app, have signed two new licensees for toys and a handheld LCD game.
New York Toy Fair wrapped up its 111th year yesterday, after playing host to major releases from Disney, Nickelodeon, CBS, Funko and even the NBA.
NBCUniversal has partnered with Cardinal Industries to release a card game based on its weekly game show, “Hollywood Game Night.”
Despite frigid temperatures, more than 30,000 people are expected to attend the 111th American International Toy Fair.
An exclusive look at how Disney Consumer Products is leveraging new content to capture a greater share of the lucrative boys’ market worldwide.
A first look at the new toys and games that are on showcase at New York City’s annual American International Toy Fair this week.
Hobby game developer Steve Jackson Games has appointed Surge Licensing for its Munchkin game.
Licensees for HBO’s “Game of Thrones” used Comic-Con last week to showcase new product lines for the fantasy drama.
NECA has launched a Kickstarter campaign to create a Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Art-branded game wallet.
Warner Bros. has released a The Big Bang Theory-branded edition of the classic “whodunit” board game Clue.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has teamed up with USAopoly to celebrate the 75th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz with a collector’s edition Monopoly.
Traditional toys will always have a place in the toy aisle, but increasingly digital products and properties are driving trends in children’s play.
Spanish licensee Giromax has announced plans for a series of new product for the Smurfs, Trash Pack and Doreaemon brands.
Giromax has launched a new collection of Angry Birds trading cards in U.K., based on “Angry Birds Space.”
Hasbro and The Walt Disney Company have expanded their strategic merchandising relationship for Marvel and Star Wars.
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