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.
Snap Creative and its in-theater division SnapCo are planning five promotional toy programs at movie theaters worldwide this summer.
Disney has teamed up with the city of New Orleans, La., for a summer tourism campaign featuring Princess Tiana.
Disney is teaming up with Change4Life in the U.K. for a campaign to encourage children to meet the minimum 60 minutes of exercise they need each day.
A raft of brands are set to make character appearances and host activities at the annual U.K. kids’ festival LolliBop, Aug. 15-17.
For the third year in a row, D23: The Official Disney Fan Club is going on tour with the D23 Disney Fanniversary Celebration.
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.
Hot Topic is planning a limited edition collection of apparel inspired by Disney’s upcoming feature film Maleficent, in theaters on May 30.
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.
Disney is making new characters available for use with its interactive gaming console, Disney Infinity.
Disney's EMEA division has started production on a four-part live-action TV movie for tweens and teens, “Evermoor.”
Sephora has released the latest iteration in its Disney Reigning Beauties collection featuring The Little Mermaid’s Ariel.
Egmont U.K. is planning a new monthly magazine based on Disney’s interactive video game Disney Infinity that will debut in February.
D23, the official Disney fan club, is already busy planning the next D23 Expo, which will take place in Anaheim, Calif., Aug. 14–16, 2015.
Disney Consumer Products is ready for back-to-school with an arsenal of products for all ages.
Disney is ramping up its Star Wars efforts with the announcement of “Star Wars Rebels,” a new animated television series.
Disney has teamed with Birds Eye frozen vegetables (owned by Pinnacle Foods) to encourage kids to eat more vegetables.
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