New NFLPI licensees, entertainment brands line up for Licensing Expo; and Nickelodeon's "Blaze" arrives at Toys 'R' Us ... this is the news that shaped the week of May 11.
Toys 'R' Us is the first retailer to feature the new Fisher-Price toy line based on the Nickelodeon preschool series "Blaze and the Monster Machines."
Nickelodeon has renewed the live-action daily strip, "Make It Pop," for a second season of 20 episodes.
This month Nickelodeon will launch a host of brand-new "Blaze and the Monster Machines" content across TV, apps and online.
RMS International has picked up Nickelodeon's SpongeBob SquarePants brand for a range of toys and craft items in the U.K. and Ireland.
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.
Breakthrough Entertainment has appointed Antares Licensing to spearhead worldwide licensing efforts for its live-action kids' comedy "Max and Shred."
Nickelodeon has launched a "Nick Jr." app for the new Apple Watch, designed to be used in the tandem with "Nick Jr." iOS app for greater parental control.
Nickelodeon has tapped Rubie’s Pet Shop Boutique to create a line of pet costumes inspired by its preschool series "Paw Patrol."
Viacom International Media Networks is highlighting a number of its live-action and animated kids' series this week at the MIPTV marketplace in Cannes, France.
MGA Entertainment has signed a deal with Viacom to air the first two seasons of the “Lalaloopsy” TV series internationally on Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. networks.
Nickelodeon has partnered with Australian live events company Showtime Attractions to manage and expand Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ licensed characters to Australia and New Zealand.
While there is a world of difference between Hello Kitty and SpongeBob SquarePants, there are also many similarities that distinguish these properties from others.
Nickelodeon has launched the "Nick Jr." app for the iPad, a new branded platform featuring the network's preschool characters and shows.
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Televisa has picked up a new package of 496 hours of Nickelodeon content from Viacom International Media Networks for its networks in Mexico.
When this savvy marketer was promoted to the additional post of president of consumer products at Nickelodeon in July 2013, Pam Kaufman was thrilled because she knew what wasin the studio’s pipeline.
G Mason Group announced its partnership with Nickelodeon to launch a new pet line featuring SpongeBob SquarePants and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Fifteen years after its TV debut on Nickelodeon, SpongeBob SquarePants remains an international pop culture icon with expanded merchandise lines and new collaborations.
Nickelodeon is celebrating the holidays with activations at shopping malls and recreation parks in Asia, South Africa and at Russia’s Domodedovo Airport.
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