The anime series ‘Yo-Kai Watch’ has taken Japan by storm. Now the brand is looking west, with plans to launch across Europe, the Americas and Australia/New Zealand.
Disney Consumer Products and Interactive Media and Hasbro launched Playmation Marvel’s Avengers Sunday, a new system of connected toys and wearables.
Playmobil has launched its line of officially licensed National Hockey League play sets, marking the toy brand's first licensed range in North America.
Entertainment One Family's BAFTA and Emmy award-winning series "Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom" will make its U.S. debut on Nick Jr. today.
Brand Licensing Europe will once again support the BAT Foundation by hosting a table tennis event on a customized table made from LEGO bricks at this year’s show.
Penguin has taken the all-language, global publishing rights for the upcoming new CBeebies series "Go Jetters," which is set to air this fall.
Men’s accessories company Cufflinks has collaborated with Lucasfilm and DC Comics to create a boys' neckwear collection.
Pretty Ugly has teamed up with Chasing Fireflies to develop a new line of children's costumes featuring its Uglydoll brand just in time for Halloween.
PEZ Candy has partnered with the WWE to create a collectible gift set of the candy's brand's iconic dispensers.
Activision and Tag Games have released the new hidden object mobile game “Downton Abbey: Mysteries of the Manor,” based on the British TV series.
BBC Three has commissioned "Class," a new 8x45 "Doctor Who" spin-off geared at young adults.
Viz Media has teamed with Viz Media Europe and Anime Consortium Japan to jointly acquire the rights for the anime series "One-Punch Man."
"Doctor Who" is entering LEGO Dimensions, the new toys-to-life game from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.
Canadian preschool series "The Moblees" is moving beyond the TV screen with new deals for a live show and app.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products and Neff Headwear are partnering for a limited edition designer apparel collection based on the “The Simpsons.”
Disney Consumer Products and Marvel are following up this weekend’s debut of the new Ant-Man film with a cross-category product assortment from best-in-class licensees.
Marvel is further solidifying its presence in the sports category with a new range of superhero-themed sporting goods and accessories from Disney Consumer Products.
Infinity Product Group has finalized a licensing deal with Nickelodeon to develop Comfy Critters toys for four of the network’s animated shows.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation's commercial division has decided to close its standalone ABC Shops as part of a new retail strategy.
Viz Media has partnered with the film distribution company Eleven Arts to present Boruto: Naruto the Movie in a series of theatrical engagements around the U.S.
Kohl's has teamed with actress and fitness enthusiast Shay Mitchell for a capsule collection of athleisure apparel available now in stores and online.
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