MGA Entertainment, known for its innovative toys, is growing in a big way, expanding its reach as it re-launches classic properties and delivers new brands.
After losing her crown to Disney’s Frozen characters in 2014, Barbie is back at No. 1 on the National Retail Federation’s Top Toys list for the 2015 holiday season.
Jazwares is expanding its action figure and digital brand Tube Heroes to feature more than 40 social media stars.
In celebration of its 100th anniversary, Boeing has teamed with three brand partners for a line of heirloom-quality items inspired by its rich history.
Build-A-Bear Workshop has kicked off the holidays with a number of seasonal offerings The Grinch and his sidekick Max as well as all eight classic reindeer characters.
In addition to showcasing its own float in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade, GoldieBlox is also giving girls the chance to build their own float.
Oyo Sports is expanding its line of minifigure products in partnership with National Hockey League.
To kick-start the holiday season, Activision Publishing is offering a series of special "Skylanders" characters and gear.
CBS Consumer Products has tapped Big Chief Studios to produce a range of high-end collectibles and gifts based on the Showtime series "Penny Dreadful."
Shopkins is continuing to expand with the help of Bulldog Licensing, which has signed three new food licensees for the collectibles brand.
Mattel and Little Orbit have debuted the brand-new video game “Monster High: New Ghoul in School.”
Imports Dragon is helping DHX Media celebrate the 25th anniversary of "Caillou” and has been named master toy licensee for another DHX property, Johnny Test.
Hasbro has elected the current vice chairman of Lionsgate, Michael Burns, as an independent director to its board of directors.
Game and puzzle company and licensee The Ravensburger Group has acquired the Swedish toy company Brio, best known is wooden train sets.
Paramount Pictures has tapped Tomax Ireland to develop a line of car-inspired accessories for kids' bicycles for the upcoming film Monster Trucks.
Tech toys and licensed lines stole the show at this year's U.K. Toy Fair, which took place last week in London.
The LEGO Group has unveiled plans for a "Doctor Who" set, a concept that came from the LEGO Ideas website where fans submit and vote on set ideas.
Nickelodeon has tapped Alex Brands to create an array of products for SpongeBob SquarePants, Dora and Friends and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Jakks Pacific has arrived at New York Toy Fair with a whole host of new licensed offerings for brands including Disney, Skechers, Nintendo, Marvel and more.
LEGO has overtaken Ferrari as the top brand in the world in Brand Finance's annual Brand Strength Index.
Praim Group is planning a line of premium, kosher chocolate bars for the Mensch on a Bench brand, targeted to Jewish children and interfaith families in North America.
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