DreamWorks Animation has appointed CPLG to represent its brand Felix the Cat across EMEA and North America.
DreamWorks Animation has tapped DC Thomson to publish a magazine based on the TV series “Noddy, Toyland Detective” in the U.K.
DreamWorks Animation has tapped Scentco to produce an exclusive line of scented toys and stationery in anticipation of its upcoming movie Trolls, in theaters Nov. 4.
NBCUniversal, a division of Comcast and the world's No. 11 licensor, has acquired DreamWorks Animation (the world's No. 18 licensor) for approximately $3.8 billion.
Pon Pon Edizioni has partnered with Planeta Junior Italy to produce a magazine dedicated to DreamWorks Animation in Italy.
Verizon will acquire approximately a 24.5 percent stake in DreamWorks Animation’s AwesomenessTV.
DreamWorks Animation will release its new TV series “Home: Adventures with Tip & Oh,” on Netflix, July 29.
DreamWorks Animation has tapped licensee Clementoni to create “Dinotrux”-themed interactive puzzles.
DreamWorks Animation has tapped licensee Candy Treasure for Kung Fu Panda 3-branded chocolate treasure eggs.
In anticipation of its upcoming film Trolls, DreamWorks Animation has added a host of licensees across numerous categories.
Little, Brown Books will begin publishing new children’s books based on DreamWorks Animation’s TV series “Dinotrux” in April.
DreamWorks Animation and Lagardère Active TV have entered an agreement that will grant Lagardère rights to broadcast multiple DreamWorks TV shows in France.
Rovio Entertainment has hired former DreamWorks Animation executive Tuomo Korpinen as president of both Rovio Animation Company and Blue Bird Distribution Company.
DreamWorks Animation is raising the bar on franchise opportunity with its latest feature film Trolls.
Toys 'R' Us will be the first retailer to offer Mattel's toy line for DreamWorks Animation’s upcoming Netflix original series "Dinotrux."
De Agostini Editore has picked up the exclusive rights to 600 episodes of DreamWorks Animation television content for its DeAKids channel in Italy.
DreamWorks Animation's chief global brand officer Michael Francis will step down from his full-time duties at the company in December and transition to a consulting role.
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