As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Disney Interactive has launched “Story,” a digital storytelling app that turns photography and video into stories.
Universal Orlando Resort is expanding the theme park experience The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
Beanstalk has signed on to build a licensing program for the blogs “Bag Snob” and “Mrs. Lilien.”
WWE has teamed up with The Bridge Direct for its first-ever range of construction toys.
Sony Pictures Consumer Products has teamed up to develop a mobile game inspired by the upcoming film, After Earth.
Sesame Workshop has teamed up with Ape Entertainment to release the first-ever Sesame Street comic book.
Coolabi has added a trio of new licensees for its preschool series “Poppy Cat.”
Pedigree Books is planning a series of annuals featuring The Collective’s web series “Annoying Orange.”
VIMN Asia is partners with Thai broadcaster MCOT and content provider appleTool to re-launch the MTV Thailand brand.
FIFA has extended its video game licensing agreement with EA Sports until 2022.
Sanrio's global lifestyle brand Hello Kitty continues to grow with a series of new products and partners slated for this year.
Temple Street Productions has appointed Segal Licensing to represent the tween show, “The Next Step.”
The cable TV network BabyFirst has appointed Brand Central as its exclusive licensing agency.
FremantleMedia and Syco Entertainment have sold the 55th local adaptation of their hit format “Got Talent.”
Disney Consumer Products officially welcomes Lucasfilm licensing into their franchise portfolio, as announced at an exclusive presentation at Licensing Expo on Monday.
Hasbro and DeNA have launched an app version of their action card-battle game G.I. Joe: Battleground.
Tommy Bahama is continuing a series of sports collaborations with Major League Baseball Properties and the Transpac Yacht Race.
Disney Consumer Products is busily preparing for the D23 Expo fan symposium, which will take place in Anaheim, Calif., Aug. 9-11.
LEGO, Weta Workshop and Pretty Ugly have all unveiled exclusive licensed merchandise for Comic-Con International.
WBCP is flying high with its Superman property as it builds a major global consumer products program for summer's Man of Steel.
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