With theatrical planned and a new animated series primed for delivery, Mind Candy, creators of the Moshi Monster phenomenon, discusses what the future holds as it turn five years old.
Global licensees have created an array of offerings inspired by the second film in The Hobbit Trilogy, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.
Topps has released a line of its Qubi stamp collectibles featuring Activision’s Skylanders Swap Force in North America.
The Wish Factory has signed on to manage the sales and marketing for Wham-O’s classic brands including Hula Hoop and Hacky Sack.
Random House Children’s Books has released a series of new titles from Nickelodeon, Mattel and Sesame Workshop.
The LEGO Legends of Chima kids’ magazine has launched in Poland.
Licensed toys play prominently in the list of finalists for the Toy Industry Association’s 2014 Toy of the Year Awards.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games and The LEGO Group have announced the newest addition to the LEGO video game series–“LEGO The Hobbit.”
Disney is making new characters available for use with its interactive gaming console, Disney Infinity.
Bandai is planning to re-launch the ‘90s virtual pet toy Tamagotchi as a new multi-platform brand with new devices, lifestyle products and animated content.
K’Nex is getting a jump start on licensing one of the most highly anticipated video games of 2014, Respawn Entertainment’s “Titanfall.”
Online kids channel Toon Goggles has teamed up with Aurora World for its first North American toy promotion featuring Aurora's YooHoo & Friends.
Fisher-Price has refreshed its 54-year-old Little People brand to contemporize the franchise for today's kids and expand it into a full lifestyle property.
CandyRific has signed a new license with Moose Enterprise to create a range of novelty items featuring the garbage-inspired brand Trash Pack.
MGA Entertainment is planning Real Bratz, a U.S. advocacy campaign aimed at inspiring girls with messages of excellence.
Carte Blanche has launched its first app based on its interactive Tatty Teddy & My Blue Nose Friends toy range.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has named Vivid as the master toy partner in Europe, Australia and New Zealand for “Thunderbirds are Go!.”
Australian toy company Moose Toys, the creator of Trash Pack, is opening an office in the U.S.
Global Merchandising Services, in collaboration with Glow Europe, is unleashing a new line of One Direction collectibles.
Showtime and CBS Consumer Products are introducing a large array of new merchandise in celebration of the final season of “Dexter.”
The LEGO Group has unveiled a full lineup up of licensing partners for the upcoming The LEGO Movie.
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