Comic-Con came again, and with it the total transformation of San Diego, Calif., into a pop culture wonderland.
Cartamundi will launch a two-in-one game inspired by Disney’s hit animated film Frozen later this month.
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.
Egmont Publishing has unveiled its newest Minecraft title–Blockopedia.
Carter's has teamed up with Kids Preferred to develop line of toys for the baby apparel brand.
DHX Media has appointed Character Options as the global master toy partner for the new version of the TV series “Teletubbies.”
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.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products, on behalf of DC Entertainment, has teamed up with Aquarius to create DC Comics-based board games.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has built a multi-category global licensing program for the final season of “Sons Of Anarchy,” which begins Sept 9.
FremantleMedia North America is expanding the Loteria brand, based on the traditional Latin American game, in two new partnerships.
Children’s toy and entertainment company Dracco is heading into Brand Licensing Europe with two brands to satisfy both boy and girl demographics– Zombie Zity and Filly
Hasbro has partnered with jewelry and accessories retailer Icing for a capsule collection inspired by the Monopoly board game.
Giromax has released a new line of trading cards in Spain featuring the new app, “Angry Birds Go!” under license from Rovio Entertainment.
Toy company and confectionery licensee Dracco is now finding success as a licensor for its brands such as Zombie Zity, Predasaurs and Filly.
Carter Keithley has announced that he will retire as president and chief executive officer of the Toy Industry Association effective April 30, 2015.
Hasbro showcased its roster of global franchise brands this week at Licensing Expo to underscore how it is revolutionizing play through immersive story telling platforms.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has inked a new deal with University Games for a range featuring Matt Hatter Chronicles.
Classic toys like LEGO and Barbie are still at the top of children’s wish lists this year, but non-traditional items are also in demand.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has added two new U.K. and Ireland licensees for Platinum Films’ boys’ property, Matt Hatter Chronicles.
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