As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has added two new licensees for the boys’ series “Matt Hatter Chronicles.”
Brands with Influence has added three new partners for the CBeebies series “Woolly and Tig.”
Animaccord Animation Studios has given Egmont International publishing rights to “Masha and The Bear.”
NBCUniversal has appointed Russell Hampton to its Media Innovation and Cross Company Initiatives group.
Amazon has signed a new deal with Viacom to bring top kids’ shows its Prime Instant Video.
Gulli TV is planning the first-ever second-screen app for an animated series in France, for “Redakai: Conquer the Kairu.”
Where’s Waldo? will serve as New York City’s fifth official Family Ambassador in a new partnership with DreamWorks Classics.
Televisa has signed on to air and manage the licensing program for Entertainment One’s “Peppa Pig” in Mexico.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has tapped Rubie’s Costume Company for Man of Steel costumes and accessories.
NBCUniversal Television Consumer Products and Shine America are taking "The Biggest Loser" on a summer tour.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment is launching three new second-screen apps for some of its top series this week at MIPTV.
BBC Worldwide has also picked up global merchandising and TV distribution rights (outside of the U.K. and Canada) to the new prehistoric preschool series "Dinopaws."
Apparel brand Sportiqe is partnering with legendary rock-and-roll band the Grateful Dead for its first range of vintage-inspired apparel.
Les Editions Albert René has teamed up with app developer BulkyPix to create two games based on the Asterix comic book series.
Ragdoll Worldwide has appointed Hina Sanghrajka to the newly created position of brand manager.
Sony Pictures Consumer Products has announced the first round of global licensees for its upcoming film The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.
ITV Studios, Pukeko Pictures and the Weta Workshop have announced plans to bring the Classic Thunderbirds back to the small screen in a new series, "Thunderbirds are Go!."
Univision Communications has partnered with AEG Live to take its popular dance competition, "Mira Quien Baila"(Look Who's Dancing), on the road.
Netflix and Hasbro have expanded their existing agreement to make two more of Hasbro’s shows–“Littlest Pet Shop” and “Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters”–available to Netflix members in the U.S.
The Foundation and High1 Entertainment have announced plans to team up for a three-project slate of children's television and digital content.
©2013 ADVANSTAR COMMUNICATIONS INC. All rights reserved.