As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
The Jim Henson Company has finalized multiple international sales for “Dinosaur Train” and “Sid the Science Kid.”
BBC America has been awarded an Institutional Peabody in the 72nd Annual Peabody Awards for its “Doctor Who” series.
Discovery Networks has announced plans to launch its female-oriented network TLC in the U.K. and Ireland on April 30.
Zodiak Kids has announced the launch of Marathon Media's new production “Lolirock.”
McFarlane Toys has released a third action figure line for AMC’s “The Walking Dead.”
New York City retailer Yellow Rat Bastard has created a Domo-themed area in its SoHo store.
Ideas at Work continues to bolster the program for Olly the Little White Van with the launch of a U.K. publishing program and new app.
Henson Independent Properties has acquired global rights outside of Asia to D&H’s children’s brand I Love Egg.
Disney and Pixar are celebrating the U.K. launch of the new Silver Series Cars products with a tour of toy stores in the U.K.
iStoryTime has launched “The Croods Movie Storybook” app for both iOS and Android devices.
Discovery Communications has teamed up with Card.com for a range of prepaid debit cards featuring top Discovery Channel series.
Entertainment One’s Peppa Pig was named Best Children’s Character at Spain’s Festival Internacional de Comunicación Infantil El Chupete.
Peanuts Worldwide has partnered with Schleich for a range of figurines featuring the iconic Peanuts characters.
HIT Entertainment and developer Funny Garbage have teamed up for the new app “Mike the Knight: Knight in Training Game Pack.”
The summer box office has been a mixed bag so far with animated sequels performing well, while live-action blockbusters fail to impress.
Toon Goggles, the online on-demand television service for kids, has rolled out a new app update.
DHX Media and Vans have announced plans for a new collection of Yo Gabba Gabba!-themed toddler shoes.
Two of the most iconic families on television will come together next fall when “Family Guy’s” Griffins family ends up in Springfield.
A new Care Bears promotion has taken flight in Singapore at the country’s Changi airport.
Sony Pictures Consumer Products has teamed up with Play.com for a The Mortal Instruments e-shop in the U.K.
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