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NFL Players Inc. has released its first-ever Rising 50 list, which identifies the next crop of NFL players poised to break out and rank among top sellers of licensed merchandise.
Clipper Corp. has signed a licensing agreement with production company Notional to create a collection of kitchen products inspired by the cooking competition series "Chopped."
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has teamed up with Hot Topic for an all-new Valentine’s Day apparel collection inspired by the DC Comics villainess, Harley Quinn.
Disguise has renewed its agreement with Disney Consumer Products for Halloween costumes and accessories based on top Disney properties.
U.K. licensing executives Anthony Temple (Rainbow Designs), Alicia Davenport (DRi) and Stephen Gould (CPLG) have organized a Miffy & Friends Charity Cycling Challenge.
Animation company Toonz Entertainment is setting up a dedicated subsidiary office in Auckland, New Zealand.
FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment has sold more than 68 hours of programming to the SVOD service Amazon Prime Instant Video U.K.
Sony Computer Entertainment and Sony Network Entertainment International are combining their PlayStationNetwork and Sony Entertainment Network platforms.
The Asian media company CJ E&M has created a new animation business division, and simultaneously launched the animated TV series "Robot Trains RT."
TAT Productions and Master Films’ "The Jungle Bunch to the Rescue!" is continuing its global safari with new broadcast deals in several Asian territories.
China’s CCTV Children’s Channel and Sesame Workshop have teamed up for series of segments in CCTV’s Spring Festival Special series.
DRG presented the new U.K. series “Babylon,” which takes a wry look at a modern police force, at NATPE Miami this week in Florida.
The WWE has teamed up with DK Publishing to create a range of titles based on the professional wrestling organization’s events and Superstars.
Spanish production and distribution company Imira Entertainment has appointed Giles Bones as its new international sales and marketing manager.
Technicolor has optioned the rights from Fun Crew to develop and produce the 2D digital animated children’s series, “Cosmo, Bud & Boo.”
Knockout Licensing has granted the U.S.-based Inter-Governmental Philatelic Corporation the rights to create Downton Abbey stamp-collecting items.
The Joester Loria Group is expanding Mountain Dew’s reach into the action sports arena with a deal for branded sporting goods and accessories.
Ubisoft and Sony Pictures Entertainment are teaming up to develop a full-length feature film based on Ubisoft’s Rabbids brand.
Nerd Corps Entertainment has struck two new deals that will see its boys’ series “Slugterra” air in Germany and Malaysia.
DCD Publishing has negotiated a new deal with QVC for “Zalza 2–the Next Step.”
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