An exclusive look at how Disney Consumer Products is leveraging new content to capture a greater share of the lucrative boys’ market worldwide.
Steve Madden has launched a new line of footwear and handbags from Kendall and Kylie Jenner, the younger sisters of the Kardashian clan.
Disney Consumer Products has unveiled its new product line for the new Cars brand, Neon.
Big Tent Entertainment is expanding its relationship with Tsuneo Goda, creator of the Domo character, to also represent the character Komaneko.
Entertainment One Licensing continues to expand the Peppa Pig brand in the U.S. with the launch of birthday-themed content and products.
SEGA Europe is strengthening its presence in Iberia with the appointment of two new licensing agents in the region for Sonic the Hedgehog.
Studio 100 International and its licensing agent, Merchantwise, have appointed Headstart International as master toy licensee for the Blinky Bill brand.
Oral-B has launched an interactive oral care app for kids in collaboration with Disney and Marvel that is powered by DreamPlay.
Zumba Fitness is teaming up with Viacom to promote its lifestyle brand in Poland via the TV series “Miłość na Bogata” (“Rich Love”).
Nickelodeon has launched an interactive, digital Kids' Choice Awards-themed e-book, the first-ever dedicated book produced for a live awards show.
Bulls Licensing, worldwide agent for the Moomins heritage brand, has appointed The Agency to represent the property in France and Benelux.
Dark Hall Mansion has revealed two new limited edition Easter prints featuring the Peanuts brand.
Paul Dempsey, incoming president of global markets at BBC Worldwide, has announced the senior team that will be joining him in the newly reorganized division.
Spanish licensee Giromax has announced plans for a series of new product for the Smurfs, Trash Pack and Doreaemon brands.
41 Entertainment and BBC International are teaming up to bring PAC-MAN and the Ghostly Adventures footwear to the U.S. and Canada.
Fisher-Price’s line of toys featuring Silvergate Media’s preschool series “Octonauts” is arriving at stores in the U.S. this month.
The Jim Henson Company has finalized multiple international sales for “Dinosaur Train” and “Sid the Science Kid.”
Mimoco has made good on its 2012 April Fool’s Day joke and turned the Star Wars character with the worst memory–Jar Jar Binks–into a USB memory drive.
Viacom and LeapFrog are expanding their partnership to bring Nickelodeon videos to LeapFrog platforms in France, Belgium and Switzerland.
Nickelodeon has signed a raft of new distribution deals in Northern Europe for its top series such as “Dora the Explorer,” “Penguins of Madagascar,” “Big Time Rush” and “Kung Fu Panda.”
Mezco Toys has announced plans for a range of toys and vehicles based on the 1960's classic “Batman” TV series.
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