The anime series ‘Yo-Kai Watch’ has taken Japan by storm. Now the brand is looking west, with plans to launch across Europe, the Americas and Australia/New Zealand.
Sanrio has launched a new high-fashion collaboration for Hello Kitty with the Australian fashion designer Leroy Nguyen, in a deal brokered by Haven Licensing.
Coolabi Group is planning a Christmas-themed "Clangers" Facebook campaign–12 Days of Brilliant Surprises–to support the property's new product range.
Sesame Workshop has partnered with Tiggly, a maker of smart toys for preschoolers, to develop the connected app experience "Sesame Street Alphabet Kitchen."
Nickelodeon Australia has launched "Nick Play," a branded app experience that allows kids to interact with Nickelodeon wherever they go.
The eyewear brand Revo, which is owned by Sequential Brands Group, has debuted a new collection of sunglasses created in collaboration with U2 lead singer Bono.
Jazwares is expanding its action figure and digital brand Tube Heroes to feature more than 40 social media stars.
Posh Paws has teamed with Ellen DeGeneres' lifestyle brand ED to create a collection of pet accessories.
Entertainment One's preschool property "Peppa Pig" has taken root in Mexico following its debut on the country's Channel 5 in November 2013.
Nickelodeon has named Chris Viscardi to the newly created role of senior vice president, content development, Nickelodeon Franchise Properties.
On Jan. 16, 2016, "Sesame Street" will launch its 46th season on HBO.
Disney Consumer Products has unveiled a lineup of product partners for the new Marvel Netflix series, "Daredevil."
The Pokémon Company International has signed four new licensees in the U.K. and Eire across several categories.
Rocket Licensing, which is managing the licensing campaign for “Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave,” has announced the first licensees for the interactive CBeebies TV show.
The two-hour original movie, Lucy Maud Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables from Breakthrough Entertainment will debut on Corus Entertainment’s YTV in Canada in early 2016.
Video gaming companies are taking their brands to the next level, powering up their properties and giving classic franchises a second life.
Boutique agency Knockout Licensing has established its brand identity and is positioning itself for ongoing growth.
Starting June 3, Scholastic Media’s caped crusader "WordGirl" will fly onto screens in the U.S. in 20 new episodes on PBS Kids and the PBS Kids' digital platforms.
Rovio has teamed up with The LEGO Group to develop a line of construction toys inspired by the hit mobile game “Angry Birds.”
Playmates Toys will serve as the global master toy partner for Cartoon Network's brand-new “Ben 10” series.
Breakthrough Entertainment has optioned the rights to Melvis and Elvis, an upcoming book of children’s poetry from Canadian writer Dennis Lee.
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