European animation studio Rainbow has a launched new family attraction, the Rainbow Cartoon Lab, which shows children how an illustrated series is developed.
Polish broadcaster PULS 2 has picked up season six of Rainbow's girls' series "Winx Club," which is began airing earlier this month.
Family entertainment company Rainbow celebrated its 20th birthday this year at MIPJunior and MIPCOM, taking place now in Cannes, France.
Rainbow has appointed Glam as its licensing agent in Germany.
Rainbow has appointed Earthbound to represent both Winx Club and Mia and Me throughout the U.S. for licensing in a move to grow its brands in America.
The fairies of Rainbow's Winx Club brand took to the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival to celebrate the upcoming release of the new Winx Club movie
KreaKids, a division of Egmont Publishing, has launched the first-ever app for Rainbow’s “Mia and me” TV series.
Rainbow has brought two of its top girls’ brands to Licensing Expo in Las Vegas, Nev., this week–Winx Club and Mia and me.
Rainbow is planning a third Winx Club movie, The Mystery of the Abyss, which is being released as part of the brand’s 10th anniversary celebrations.
The top kids’ content creators in the business gathered in Cannes, France, in April to showcase their new offerings and extend the reach of their top series.
Rainbow and Nickelodeon have announced that a seventh season of "Winx Club” will begin airing on Nickelodeon’s global network of channels in 2015.
Rainbow has sold their girls’ series “Mia and me” to Nick Jr. in the U.S. and Turner in France.
Rainbow is collaborating with the kids’ website CitizenKid to host four Winx Club treasure hunts at parks across France later this month.
Rainbow unveiled its new series of Winx Club dolls, Sirenix Fairy, from licensee Witty Toys at the Nuremberg Toy Fair last week in Germany.
Rainbow has extended its relationship with Greek licensing agent B-rights to include its girls’ brand Winx Club.
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