The Country Music Association is working to build awarenss of the plethora of licensing opportunities the genre presents.
Sony Computer Entertainment America has launched the first dedicated webstore for its game studio Naughty Dog at Shop.NaughtyDog.com.
The New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation has launched an e-commerce site for the city–the New Orleans City Store.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and WWE have signed a multi-year partnership for home video distribution of WWE programming.
Genius Brands International has named PBS Distribution as the home entertainment (DVD, CD and digital) partner for its Baby Genius library.
NASCAR fans can purchase the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship hat like the one Kevin Harvick wore online at the NASCAR.com store.
Cupcake Digital and Peanuts Worldwide have released “Snoopy’s All-Star Football,” the first app in a new collaboration between the two companies.
Nickelodeon and Toyota have teamed up to create a 3D concept car based on The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water.
Oxford Limited has signed a co-branding deal with Punch to produce clothing for men in Germany featuring the University of Oxford and Lonsdale brands.
DreamWorks Animation's YouTube network AwesomenessTV opened its first pop-up shop Saturday, featuring a range of products inspired by its digital celebrities.
Boutique U.S. licensing agency Moxie & Company has signed a swath of new deals for its clients.
The new startup TextPride aims to help brands and third-party messaging apps monetize mobile.
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.
Entertainment One Licensing will continue its partnership with Character Options, following the renewal of its license as master toy partner for Peppa Pig.
Sequential Brands Group has announced several initiatives for a global relaunch of the company’s recently acquired brand The Franklin Mint.
JELC has signed Gemma International as the newest licensee for the greetings card and gift brand The Wisdom of Kids.
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