The Country Music Association is working to build awarenss of the plethora of licensing opportunities the genre presents.
GreenLight has announced a new licensing agreement with Sony Pictures to create a series of vehicle replicas from the TV show “Breaking Bad.”
Carte Blanche has unveiled a new range of Moshi Monsters 3D cards that bring to live the digital characters with new 3D technology.
Peavey Electronics has added a line musical instruments and accessories featuring Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy to their repertoire.
DC Thomson Consumer Products and shoe brand Dr. Martens are extending their partnership with the launch of a fall/winter limited edition The Beano footwear collection.
A new study by the Licensing Industry Merchandisers' Association has revealed the top licensed toy brands among British children.
General Electric has agreed to sell its appliances business to Electrolux for $3.3 billion.
DHX Media has appointed Character Options as the global master toy partner for the new version of the TV series “Teletubbies.”
Women’s licensed sports fashion brand, Touch by Alyssa Milano, will launch its premiere line of maternity wear in fall 2015.
Canadian retailer Le Château has partnered with actress Lauren Holly for Lauren's Closet, an exclusive apparel collection launching this fall.
Poeticgem is developing a range of products based on the iconic British motorcycle brand BSA.
Terminex has teamed up with home goods manufacturer London Luxury to develop a line of products designed to protect against pests.
Pan Am Brands, a division of Pan American World Airways, has partnered with TransCard for a line of prepaid travel cards.
The U.S. Postal Service has released a limited edition stamp collection featuring Harry Potter, in partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products.
Celessence Technologies has launched an innovative new brand extension–scents that can be incorporated into textiles and printed products.
In celebration of its 60th anniversary this year, Playboy has teamed up with Special Product Design to create a suite of apparel and accessories.
Of the 5,000 brands that can be found at Licensing Expo, more than 1,800 are from consumer goods categories.
Retro gaming company Atari, has partnered with Pariplay to launch Atari's video game brands across real-money gambling formats.
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is growing its licensed product range to include additional licensees.
Fermata Partners has launched Fermata College, a new division to represent college and university trademark licensing programs.
Carte Blanche Group has signed a global licensing deal with Ashleigh Butler and Roar Global to develop the Pudsey the Dog brand.
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