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Activision has announced two new deals for its Skylanders gaming property for a Monopoly game and back-to-school accessories.
After negligible growth in 2012, the world’s top 100 brands increased in value by 7 percent this year, representing a combined worth of $2.6 trillion.
Amazon has signed a new deal with Viacom to bring top kids’ shows its Prime Instant Video.
Amazon Studios, the production arm of Amazon.com, has greenlit five children's test pilots for production.
Nickelodeon Global Publishing has partnered with Amazon and Barnes & Noble to launch its e-books into international markets.
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