U.S. retailer Mattress Firm is collaborating with Disney to promote the upcoming film Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.
Mask-arade has added Disney's Frozen to its roster of licensed facemasks, in partnership with Rubie's Costume Company.
Cartamundi will launch a two-in-one game inspired by Disney’s hit animated film Frozen later this month.
Toys 'R' Us lifted the curtain on its plans for the 2014 holiday season during a preview event at its showcase Time's Square store in New York City Wednesday.
As MAGIC, the fashion industry’s biggest trade event, heads into another season, License! Global takes a look at current trends in licensed apparel.
Global Brands Group, the new spin-off of sourcing and distribution company Li & Fung, has renewed and expanded its licensing arrangement with Disney Consumer Products.
Disney Consumer Products has unveiled a full lineup of back-to-school items featuring top Disney, Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars characters.
Random House Children’s Books will launch a new chapter book series featuring Anna and Elsa, from the Disney film Frozen.
Character World is expanding and moving up the release of bedroom textiles and accessories based on the Disney animated film Frozen in time for Christmas.
Disney has launched "Line: Disney Tsum Tsum," a free puzzle app from Japan on mobile devices globally, along with a line of Disney Tsum Tsum stackable soft toys.
DecalGirl has signed a licensing deal with Disney and Disney Pixar to create electronics skins featuring more than 30 of the studios’ properties.
Maker Studios’ co-founder and former CEO Danny Zappin has asked a judge to delay a Tuesday vote on the sale of the YouTube network to Disney.
License! Global has the first look at the new toys and games that are on showcase at New York City’s annual American International Toy Fair.
Hot Topic is planning a limited edition collection of apparel inspired by Disney’s upcoming feature film Maleficent, in theaters on May 30.
Since the 1990s, The LEGO Group has also focused on building its licensed toy categories brick by brick.
While 2013 U.S. retail dollar sales of toys remained relatively flat compared to 2012, licensed toys experienced an increase of 3 percent to $5.3 billion.
A year in review and look ahead at the market Down Under. Editorial is provided by License! Global’s Australian content partner, The Bugg Report.
For the third year in a row, D23: The Official Disney Fan Club is going on tour with the D23 Disney Fanniversary Celebration.
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