As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Disney Media has announced its television programming plans for the upcoming year including new Marvel animated shows and a series of shorts featuring Mickey Mouse.
Sesame Workshop is taking the 20-year-old Sesame Street Look and Find products digital, with the launch of a new app for iOS devices.
Entertainment One is expanding the Peppa Pig brand in Asia with new broadcast and licensing deals in Korea.
Shine America has tapped Brand Central as the exclusive licensing agency for its series “MasterChef.”
VIMN has announced two new promotions in its Nickelodeon and Viacom Consumer Products division–Ron Johnson as executive vice president, NVCP, and Mark Kingston as general manager and senior vice president, NVCP EMEA & Australia.
Marvel Entertainment and Feld Entertainment have teamed up in a new multi-year partnership to create live-action arena spectaculars based on Marvel characters and stories.
Planeta Junior has appointed Diego Ibáñez to the newly created role of international commercial director.
Dark Hall Mansion has revealed two new limited edition Easter prints featuring the Peanuts brand.
Steiner Sports has signed on to create a range of sports collectibles featuring baseball legend Joe DiMaggio.
Lucasfilm has announced plans to forego several TV projects for the Star Wars franchise in favor of pursuing Episode VII.
The first and second seasons of CreaCon Entertainment's preschool series "City of Friends" have been picked up in the U.S. by the kids' content platform Kidobi.
The Collective has partnered with HarperCollins Children’s Books for a series of books inspired by The Annoying Orange.
Atlantyca Entertainment has signed a deal with the California-based manufacturer MerryMakers for a line of plush dolls and toys featuring Geronimo Stilton in North America.
The Jim Henson Company has finalized multiple international sales for “Dinosaur Train” and “Sid the Science Kid.”
King Features Syndicate has teamed up with Razor MD for a new line of shaving products featuring Popeye.
Endemol North America has announced a series of executive promotions as it continues to grow its unscripted series slate and push into new genres.
Hallmark has launched its new collection of greeting cards featuring Australian pop singer and teen heartthrob Cody Simpson.
Legendary Entertainment has announced a wide-reaching licensing program for its upcoming film Pacific Rim.
Nickelodeon Global Publishing has partnered with Amazon and Barnes & Noble to launch its e-books into international markets.
German kids and family broadcaster Super RTL has picked up the new CGI preschool series from m4e, "Leo Lausemaus."
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