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Disney Consumer Products and Lucasfilm revealed some of the first global licensees signed on for the upcoming film Star Wars: Episode VII–The Force Awakens.
Marvel has teamed with Funko to create a subscription box service called Marvel Collector Corps.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games, and the LEGO Group have unveiled their 2015 slate of LEGO video games.
European animation studio Rainbow has a launched new family attraction, the Rainbow Cartoon Lab, which shows children how an illustrated series is developed.
Carte Blanche Group has appointed Biplano to represent its classic Me to You property, and the brand's signature character, Tatty Teddy, in France.
Consumer Product Connection has tapped Bare Tree Media to develop digital goods including stickers and emoticons featuring the virtual pet app "Pou."
Design brand Tired Ted has bagged another licensing partner, with Cherry Orchard Publishing signing up for greetings cards.
Genius Brands International has appointed Jason Brumbaugh to the newly created position of vice president of digital.
NFL Players Inc. has released its first-ever Rising 50 list, which identifies the next crop of NFL players poised to break out and rank among top sellers of licensed merchandise.
Clipper Corp. has signed a licensing agreement with production company Notional to create a collection of kitchen products inspired by the cooking competition series "Chopped."
Loudmouth Golf has released a new pant style featuring SpongeBob SquarePants.
The Jim Henson Company’s animated series “Dinosaur Train” is picking up momentum in Europe with new consumer products and distribution deals.
The BBC has acquired a fourth season of Silvergate Media’s preschool show “Octonauts.”
Iconic New York dance company the Rockettes is kicking its brand into high gear with the appointment of licensing agency Full Picture.
Giromax has released the new Angry Birds Go! line of mini Clay Buddies kits that let kids bring the Rovio characters to life in clay models.
As part of the studio's television growth strategy, Warner Bros. Television Group has acquired all of the Eyeworks Groups.
Nickelodeon Consumer Products offered a sneak peak of its new toy collections in advance of the American International Toy Fair next week.
Coolabi is celebrating the 40th anniversary of its heritage brand Bagpuss with a raft of new licensed product deals.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products is showcasing its myriad classic, heritage and television properties at New York Toy Fair this week.
Schleich has taken Snoopy all around New York City in the last few days to celebrate its upcoming Peanuts product line.
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