How Jeffrey Godsick has redefined the culture, approach and global reach of 20th Century Fox Consumer Products and its popular brands.
RRKidz, the company that re-launched "Reading Rainbow" in 2011, has appointed Brand Central to develop its consumer products program.
The Peppa Pig live show, which has sold more than 650,000 tickets in the U.K., is headed to the U.S.
Britney Spears is the latest celebrity to join Glu Mobile's suite of pop culture-driven mobile games, following in the footsteps of Kim Kardashian and Katy Perry.
Cartamundi is planning for a cold summer with the launch of a three-in-one pack of card games inspired by Disney’s Frozen.
Panini will create a sticker album for the upcoming FIFA Women World Cup, which will take place from June 6 to July 5 in six cities across Canada.
Backyard Sports brand is celebrating the success of NBA MVP Stephen Curry with a super-powered Stephan Curry character in its mobile game.
Tattiemoon, creators of the CBeebies series "Woolly and Tig," has inked two new publishing deals for the brand.
Disney Consumer Products is planning a global event for the Sept. 4 launch of merchandise for the upcoming film Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
DreamWorks Animation has teamed with video game publisher Little Orbit and developer Vicious Cycle to create a game for the Kung Fu Panda franchise.
Feld Entertainment, producers of "Marvel Universe Live!," has partnered with Unifi and the Boys and Girls Club of America to teach youth about recycling.
Digital Giving's charity app "T-Shirt Booth" welcomes a new addition–the hit mobile game "Plants vs. Zombies," in a deal brokered by Bulldog Licensing.
Viacom International Media Networks has completed its £450 million acquisition of Channel 5 Broadcasting from Northern & Shell Media Group.
Australian skin care line Cancer Council Sunscreens has unveiled its Peppa Pig Kids SPF 50+ sunscreens.
Anchor Bay Entertainment is planning two new kids' DVDs featuring Zodiak Kids' Tickety Toc and Ludorum's Chuggington brands.
Knockout Licensing has added three new partners for Boo: The World’s Cutest Dog in Japan and Europe.
CBS Consumer Products will represent the merchandising rights for the iconic TV series "MacGyver" on behalf of series creator Lee David Zlotoff.
Discovery Communications and Hasbro will re-brand the jointly owned The Hub Network as Discovery Family Channel.
The University of Georgia has tapped Fermata Partners as its worldwide licensing agency, in a new five-year deal.
The Tetris Company is partnering with Threshold Entertainment to develop a feature film inspired by the iconic video game "Tetris."
HIT Entertainment, a subsidiary of Mattel, has appointed Lappset to design and build branded activity attractions for its top brands.
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