As Saban Brands celebrates its fifth anniversary, the company has grown from one iconic franchise to 11 brands and approaching $1 billion in retail sales worldwide.
The Pokémon Company International has launched a Pokémon Boutique in conjunction with the Japan LA Pop Culture Shop.
BlooBuzz has partnered with Showtime, CBS Consumer Products and actor Michael C. Hall to launch the official "Dexter" mobile game.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC Entertainment have launched three new entertainment destinations for Scooby-Doo, Looney Tunes and DC Kids.
The Pennsylvania theme park Idlewild & SoakZone will debut new “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” features this summer.
Full Colour Black has secured the exclusive worldwide licensing and product rights to 72, previously unavailable Bob Marley images from a 1975 London concert.
In anticipation of the July 10 release of Universal's Minions, Build-A-Bear Workshop has debuted a collection of customizable Minions plush, featuring Kevin, Stuart and Bob.
Iconic Sunset Boulevard music venue the Viper Room, which was opened by actor Johnny Depp in 1993, has collaborated with Urban Outfitters for a new line of t-shirts.
This August, HIT Entertainment is bringing kids' favorite blue engine and the Island of Sodor to life at the Thomas Land permanent attraction at Edaville USA.
Herb Scannell has decided to step down as president of BBC Worldwide North America, with Ann Sarnoff, currently COO of the division, set to take over the role.
Character World is developing ranges of bedroom textiles and accessories for three of this summer’s biggest blockbusters Ant-Man, Inside Out and Star Wars Episode VII.
Rovio Entertainment has signed Brand Central to extend the "Angry Birds" licensing program into the food and beverage category in the United States.
Starting June 3, Scholastic Media’s caped crusader "WordGirl" will fly onto screens in the U.S. in 20 new episodes on PBS Kids' digital platforms.
Nickelodeon has announced the nominees and categories for the inaugural Kids' Choice Sports awards show.
FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment EVP and GM Rick Glankler has unveiled a new structure for KFE’s Consumer Products division.
Licensing agency Parham Santana has secured two new publishing deals for PBS Kids with Mudpuppy and Downtown Bookworks.
Warner Bros Consumer Products has lined up an array of Father’s Day products inspired by DC Comics characters.
Rocket Licensing has tapped C&M Licensing to develop a range of Q Pootle 5 apparel in the U.K. and Ireland.
Shout! Factory, in collaboration with Hasbro Studios, is planning a slew of home entertainment releases for the “Transformers."
Cartoon Network Enterprises has teamed with Looney Labs to create Cartoon Network-themed versions of the Fluxx card game.
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