The international toy fairs tease the new games and merchandise kids will be lining up to play with in 2016.
The 16th Annual Toy of the Year Awards, hosted by the U.S. Toy Industry Association, honored the best toys and games of the year.
Spin Master has purchased the Etch A Sketch and Doodle Sketch brands from The Ohio Art Company.
In celebration of Pokémon’s 20th and Sonic’s 25th anniversary, Tomy International has debuted two new lines of toys featuring the franchises.
With the re-launch of “Powerpuff Girls” just around the corner, Cartoon Network Studios has launched a worldwide product program.
Entertainment One, the international entertainment company behind “Peppa Pig,” has signed deals with seven new licensing partners a range of categories.
Tomy International has unveiled a full range of toys for the upcoming Disney film Zootopia, which will hit theaters March 4.
From construction sets to fashion play and scaling vehicles, Jakks Pacific will showcase a multitude of new products at Toy Fair.
Mattel has partnered with Thames & Kosmos to create licensed S.T.E.A.M.-themed products featuring its Barbie brand.
Gund will bring the characters of "Star Trek: The Original Series" to its new line of plush toys under license by CBS Consumer Products.
Funko will launch its newest series of Harry Potter Pop! Vinyl figures featuring highlights from the fourth film.
Nickelodeon and Fisher-Price have unveiled an all-new toy line based on the network’s preschool series "Blaze and the Monster Machines" at New York Toy Fair.
Saban Brands has unveiled a lineup of new soft goods licensees for its Power Rangers franchise in North America and also signed two new toy partners.
GreenLight Collectibles is planning a new line of die-cast replicas featuring Gas Monkey Garage, the auto shop featured on Discovery's reality series "Fast N Loud."
WildWorks has appointed Commonwealth Toy & Novelty as the master toy licensee for its web-based game and kids' social network, Animal Jam.
Toys 'R' Us executives outlined initiatives that are being implemented to improve operational performance and drive profitable growth at a meeting Tuesday.
Gwen Stefani has tapped the production companies Moody Street Kids and Vision Animation for a new TV series inspired by the singer and her sidekicks, the Harajuku Girls.
CBS Consumer Products, Showtime and retailer Hot Topic are planning a new apparel collaboration inspired by the Showtime series "Penny Dreadful."
British construction equipment manufacturer JCB has signed a raft of new licensing deals to further bolster its JCB Kids brand in the U.K.
Rocket Licensing, which is managing the licensing campaign for “Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave,” has announced the first licensees for the interactive CBeebies TV show.
Toy company Jazwares has launched the new brand Tube Heroes, featuring today’s hottest digital media personalities in one, unified portfolio.
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