As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
FremantleMedia and Syco Entertainment have sold the 55th local adaptation of their hit format “Got Talent.”
Mimoco has teamed up with Comedy Central to feature “Workaholics” and other CC properties in a new line of USB flash drives.
Peavey Electronics has partnered with The Beatrix Girls, a new line of music-based fashion dolls set to launch this fall.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products U.K. has announced plans for major retail partnership with ASDA for Man of Steel.
VIMN has promoted Kerry Taylor to lead the MTV brand internationally and oversee non-music-related programming.
Vin Di Bona has made its collection of “America’s Funniest Home Videos” clips available for licensing.
Playboy Enterprises has teamed up with United Convenience Supply to launch a line of electronic vapor products.
Online kids’ world Bin Weevils has acquired the broadcast rights to seasons two and three of “My Little Pony” from Hasbro.
Channel 5 in the U.K. has picked up seasons three and four of Ideas at Work’s \“Olly the Little White Van.”
Bazooka Candy Brands is planning a sweet new partnership for limited edition candy featuring Despicable Me 2.
Coolabi has teamed up with Blues Clothing and Brands International Group to create new apparel and footwear lines for the classic British TV show “Bagpuss.”
The National Basketball Association Canada has announced two new retail partnerships for apparel and home accessories, in a series of deals brokered by Studio Licensing.
Sephora has released its new line of Disney Princess-inspired beauty products, this time featuring Jasmine from the film Aladdin.
Planeta Junior has appointed Diego Ibáñez to the newly created role of international commercial director.
The online kids’ TV platform Toon Goggles has teamed up with myKaZootv to bring music videos to its viewers for the first time.
The first and second seasons of CreaCon Entertainment's preschool series "City of Friends" have been picked up in the U.S. by the kids' content platform Kidobi.
The Collective has partnered with HarperCollins Children’s Books for a series of books inspired by The Annoying Orange.
Atlantyca Entertainment has signed a deal with the California-based manufacturer MerryMakers for a line of plush dolls and toys featuring Geronimo Stilton in North America.
The Jim Henson Company has finalized multiple international sales for “Dinosaur Train” and “Sid the Science Kid.”
King Features Syndicate has teamed up with Razor MD for a new line of shaving products featuring Popeye.
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