Disney joins DreamWorks' adaptation of Roald Dahl's The BFG, Nick gets ready to open its first-ever flagship store, licensees lineup for Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron … these are the stories that shaped the week of April 20.
California-based designer Chan Luu has unveiled two new jewelry lines inspired by Disney's Frozen and classic Cinderella.
AT&T U-verse is bringing the Disney subscription-video-on-demand service, Disney Story Central, to TV screens across the country.
As a new Episode VII: The Force Awakens trailer swept the Internet Thursday, Twitter launched a collection of Star Wars emojis.
D23, the Official Disney Fan Club, has added additional member events in the Orlando area this year.
Parragon has been tapped by Disney to publish a range of products across the North American market.
Disney made a number of announcements at its annual shareholders meeting Thursday, including news of upcoming film releases and its plans for Maker Studios.
Fuhu, creator of the kids' Nabi tablet, is signed content deals with Disney and Discovery Communications for its mixed media subscription service Nabi Pass.
Disney has teamed with Bendon to bring the publisher's coloring books to life through the "Disney Color and Play" app.
Ravensburger has unveiled an expansive new collection of licensed puzzles featuring a cast of Disney Junior, Disney and Disney/Pixar characters.
Mask-arade has added Disney's Frozen to its roster of licensed facemasks, in partnership with Rubie's Costume Company.
Here’s a breakdown of 15 trends to watch this year–five licensors, five categories and five properties.
U.S. retailer Mattress Firm is collaborating with Disney to promote the upcoming film Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.
The LEGO Group has unveiled plans for a "Doctor Who" set, a concept that came from the LEGO Ideas website where fans submit and vote on set ideas.
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.
Disney is gearing up for the debut of the TV movie, Descendants, which sees classic characters reimagined for a new audience.
2014 was year of big successes (Frozen), milestones (Hello Kitty’s 40th) and industry-changing innovations (3D printing). Here’s a recap of the news that shaped the year.
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