With an aggressive new growth strategy, NFLPI is looking to score big in brand licensing as it looks beyond traditional products to drive retail sales.
The Tetris Company is partnering with Threshold Entertainment to develop a feature film inspired by the iconic video game "Tetris."
Rainbow has appointed Earthbound to represent both Winx Club and Mia and Me throughout the U.S. for licensing in a move to grow its brands in America.
Disguise, the Halloween costume division of Jakks Pacific, has signed a deal with DreamWorks Animation to produce Halloween costumes.
The Jim Henson Company’s animated children’s series “Dinosaur Train” has signed a raft of new licensees in key European territories ahead of this year’s BLE.
The U.S. Postal Service, in collaboration with Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC Entertainment, will feature Batman on a limited edition collection of stamps.
Audio company BassBuds has launched a range of official Premier League team-branded in-ear headphones and Bluetooth portable speakers.
Build-A-Bear Workshop will add a Hello Kitty 40th anniversary edition to its current Hello Kitty collection of customizable plush.
Upper Deck has become the official trading card licensee of both the American Hockey League and the Professional Hockey Players' Association.
WWE and Susan G. Komen have collaborated on their third annual campaign for National Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Hoho Rights has appointed IVS Group as the new master toy partner for its preschool series "Cloudbabies."
Heart health brand Cardioville and Borderless Healthcare Group are collaborating on a series of mobile apps.
Epic Rights has signed a number of international licensing agents to represent its roster of clients in specific markets around the globe.
DHX Brands, which was created in June 2013, offers the world’s third largest portfolio of children’s brands.
Sony Pictures Consumer Products plans to continue its momentum with strong performing classics, and also introduce new properties with proven success and its built-in fan base.
FunnyFlux Entertainment in South Korea, QianQi Animation in China and Little Airplane Productions in the U.S. have teamed up to debut “Super Wings!.”
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment continues to makes waves on the small screen.
A new collection of more than 150 products for the Bollywood superhero film Krrish 3 launched Tuesday in Mumbai, India.
LucasArts and Disney Mobile have teamed up with NimbleBit for the cross-over app "Star Wars: Tiny Death Star.”
Sony Pictures Consumer Products has appointed Rocket Licensing as its new licensing agent to manage its portfolio of theatrical and television properties in the U.K. and Eire.
Studio 100 Media has sold the re-mastered CGI version of “Maya The Bee” to NRK Super in Norway, where it will debut in 2014.
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