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.
Verizon has teamed with DreamWorks and its multi-channel YouTube network AwesomenessTV to launch several new channels on its Internet-based content service.
DreamWorks' classic children’s character Noddy will return to television with a new series commissioned by France Television, and produced by Gaumont Animation.
Google has officially launched the new "YouTube Kids" app, designed to offer children safe and easy access to age-appropriate videos on the Internet platform.
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.
To borrow from a popular Internet-based TV series, streaming services are ‘the new black.’
Here’s a breakdown of 15 trends to watch this year– five licensors, five categories and five properties.
Here’s a breakdown of 15 trends to watch this year–five licensors, five categories and five properties.
With digital devices now a daily presence in kids’ lives and new innovations like 3D printing entering the mainstream, technology is driving the toy category.
Brick-and-mortars are alive and well, but for a number of different reasons.
DreamWorks has partnered with Praim Group for a collection of seven chocolate bars featuring the studio’s animated characters.
The top kids’ content creators in the business gathered in Cannes, France, in April to showcase their new offerings and extend the reach of their top series.
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