As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Pedigree Books has announced plans to continue its partnership with classic music brand Smash Hits for a series of music annuals.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment is launching three new second-screen apps for some of its top series this week at MIPTV.
Entertainment One Family has announced a number of broadcast deals for several of its children’s shows.
Lagardère Active’s TV division has picked up Vodka’s new kids’ series “Bugsted” for both its Gulli and Canal J channels.
Adrenalynn Entertainment is debuting its new preschool series “Airside Andy” this week at MIPTV.
BabyFirst has picked up “The Color Crew,” an animated series that features a group of nine crayon friends.
Atlantyca Entertainment has sold the Russian animated series “The Fixies” to Minimax in Pan-Eastern Europe, ERR in Estonia and D-Smart in Turkey.
Discovery Networks International and Electus International’s new adventure-reality competition series “Get Out Alive with Bear Grylls” will air on the Discovery Channel internationally.
Moonscoop has sold its series “Code Lyoko Evolution” into a range of new territories.
Atlantyca Entertainment and its co-producer Moonsoop have secured new broadcast sales for the animated series “Geronimo Stilton.”
Sesame Workshop presented a slew of new apps at its Digital Playground event Nov. 5 with previews of upcoming and newly released games.
Sprout has announced plans to add the new recurring segment “Dial Darryl” to its preschool series, “The Sunny Side Up Show.”
Nickelodeon and the Changi Airport Group in Singapore have launched a SpongeBob SquarePants-themed Christmas experience.
Genius Brands International and A Squared Entertainment have merged to form an IP and multimedia content creation and distribution company.
Platinum Films’ “Matt Hatter Chronicles” is gaining on-air traction in Northern Europe with two new broadcasters picking up the series.
Brand USA is teaming up with the National Football League to promote tourism to the United States.
Nickelodeon has teamed up with Sprayground for the graffiti-inspired fashion brand’s first-ever brand collaboration with an animated character.
Nickelodeon and Amazon.com are celebrating the launch of the holiday shopping season with three Nick-themed e-boutiques.
Despite the conclusion of Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary, licensees in Australia and New Zealand are continuing the celebration.
New Zealand Post, in partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, has released a new set of stamps and coins for the next The Hobbit film.
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