As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Saban Brands is planning a new superhero TV series for girls, “Gangnam Girls.”
Children’s TV producer Vodka has teamed up with Famosa for a line of soft toys featuring its Jelly Jam brand in Mexico.
Twelve years after Bart Simpson first touted Butterfinger, the two have been reunited in a new marketing campaign.
Kids are now able to build customizable wooden models of Monster Jam trucks at Lowe’s stores as part of its Build and Grow program.
Apparel brand Sportiqe is partnering with legendary rock-and-roll band the Grateful Dead for its first range of vintage-inspired apparel.
FremantleMedia has announced the appointment of Keith Hindle as chief executive officer of its newly created digital and branded entertainment division.
Muhammad Ali Enterprises has inked two new deals for licensees for its Muhammad Ali brand.
The Mia and me brand is continuing to grow its publishing program.
Warner Bros.’ 3D tentpole, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, has hit $1 billion in global ticket sales, a honor only 15 other films in history have achieved.
Collegiate Licensing Company and NCAA Football have launched the 2nd annual College Colors Day Spirit Cup.
Warner Music Group has teamed up with Abel Fly Reel for a limited edition Grateful Dead fly-fishing reel.
Disney Interactive’s new video game platform, Infinity, is set to launch at retail this Sunday.
Outfit7 has expanded its European management team to oversee the global licensing for Talking Tom and Talking Friends.
JELC is continuing to grow Gemma’s Gem Fairies brand with new licensees and attendance at BLE this year.
Zodiak Kids has finalized a new deal to bring Tickety Toc apparel and sleepwear to Walmart Canada.
The Topps Company and Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo have teamed up to offer a Mars Attacks exclusive trading card at this year’s show.
BBC Worldwide and Legacy Games are bringing 18th century writer Jane Austen into the 21st century with a new PC game.
British retailer John Lewis will host a Mario-themed Nintendo event in London featuring the voice actor who plays Mario.
BBC Kids and Knowledge Network in Canada have picked up Nerd Corps Entertainment’s first original series, “Kate & Mim-Mim."
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