In anticipation of its upcoming film Trolls, DreamWorks Animation has added a host of licensees across numerous categories.
DreamWorks Animation and Lagardère Active TV have entered an agreement that will grant Lagardère rights to broadcast multiple DreamWorks TV shows in France.
DreamWorks Animation is raising the bar on franchise opportunity with its latest feature film Trolls.
Little, Brown Books will begin publishing new children’s books based on DreamWorks Animation’s TV series “Dinotrux” in April.
Website development platform Wix, in collaboration with DreamWorks Animation, has developed a #StartStunning Super Bowl campaign featuring characters from the upcoming movie Kung Fu Panda 3.
Netflix and DreamWorks have expanded their current multi-year deal, making Netflix the global home, outside of China, to a number of the studio's new original series.
DreamWorks Animation has partnered with DHX Media to co-produce original content, and appointed a new executive to oversee its expansion into live-action TV.
DreamWorks Animation has extended its relationship with The Leomil Group to include apparel and accessories. for the upcoming feature film Trolls.
In honor the 15th anniversary of the classic character Olivia, DreamWorks Animation has teamed with Gymboree to launch an exclusive line of clothing and accessories.
Dulcop is planning a new line of soap bubbles and bubble-toys for DreamWorks Animation brands in Europe.
The Praim Group has released a limited edition chocolate bar featuring DreamWorks Animation's latest feature film, Home.
DreamWorks Animation has appointed Copyright Promotions Licensing Group to represent Felix the Cat and the publishing brand Where’s Wally? in France.
DreamWorks Animation is taking an innovative, new approach to loyalty programs thanks to a new strategy spearheaded by Brian Schwartz, head of global licensing and licensing partnerships, DWA.
DreamWorks Animation and Netflix have unveiled plans for new original series based on the Dragons franchise.
DreamWorks Animation has teamed with video game publisher Little Orbit and developer Vicious Cycle to create a game for the Kung Fu Panda franchise.
Content and media company CJ E&M has signed on to represent DreamWorks Animation in Korea, helping to expand the company's character business in the country.
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