Witty Toys, part of the Rainbow Group, will present a host of toys inspired by “World of Winx,” among others, at this year’s Nuremberg Toy Fair, Feb. 1-6.
Rainbow and Simba Dickie Group have paired to roll out the first range of products for the production studio’s live-action girls’ series “Maggie & Bianca Fashion Friends.”
Rainbow has signed a global deal with Netflix to bring its brand-new, live-action series “Maggie & Bianca Fashion Friends” to subscribers around the world.
Rainbow has tapped toy company Simba Dickie Group to release the first products for its live action girls’ series “Maggie & Bianca Fashion Friends” and entered a promotional partnership with Kellogg’s for “Regal Academy.”
This year's MIPJunior event will showcase a huge lineup of new kids' properties from which one of the next hot properties in licensing could emerge.
For the first time in its storied history, Rainbow has ventured into live-action programming. The early results have been, as they say in Rainbow's native land, "fantastico."
FremantleMedia Kids & Family has teamed up with several licensees to develop a range of apparel and two live events for the heritage U.K. television show “Rainbow.”
Rainbow has appointed Auldey Toys of North America, a subsidiary of The Alpha Group, as the North American master toy licensee for its animated series “Regal Academy.”
The Sunway Putra Mall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, will host the Winx Fashion Fiesta, inspired by Rainbow’s TV series “Winx Club,” until Oct. 2.
Rainbow has unveiled its global premiere date for its new series “Maggie & Bianca: Fashion Friends.”
Rainbow has secured a new broadcast deal with Sun TV Network in India to air its animated series “Winx Club.”
Rainbow has expanded its partnership with Brazil’s TV Cultura with new deals for “Maggie & Bianca Fashion Friends” and “Regal Academy.”
European animation studio Rainbow is showcasing two of its new properties at MIPTV this year–“Maggie & Bianca Fashion Friends” and “World of Winx.”
More than 11,000 TV and digital media executives gathered in Cannes, France, this week for the annual MIPTV television market.
Toy and entertainment-focused company recevies recognition as "Brand of the Year."
m4e has acquired an additional 45 percent of the international rights to Rainbow’s animated series “Mia and me.”
Since he founded Rainbow almost 21 years ago, Iginio Straffi has stayed true to his original philsophy based on people, passion, creativity and new content.
Rainbow has partnered with Nickelodeon to launch its new animated series, “Regal Academy,” in the U.S.
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