As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Entertainment One’s Peppa Pig is launching two new live stage productions in Australia and the U.K. this month.
Studio 100 International, the international licensing and merchandising division of Studio 100 Group, has secured a new licensing agent for the Israel territory.
FremantleMedia has appointed Rick Glankler as executive vice president and general manager of its Kids & Family Entertainment division.
Marvel Entertainment is bringing The Avengers brand into the food and oral health categories in a series of new partnerships.
Rovio Entertainment will open the new Angry Birds Activity Park Gran Canaria Thursday at the Gran Canaria holiday resort in Puerto Rico.
DHX Media has appointed Cupcake Digital to develop a series of children’s apps inspired by the “Yo Gabba Gabba!” TV series.
McFarlane Toys is creating a line of action figures, plush and novelty toys based on Ubisoft’s Rabbids video game franchise.
The National Basketball Association has renewed its partnership with Under Armour for basketball footwear.
SEGA of America has launched the return of Sonic the Hedgehog in the new video game “Sonic Lost World.”
Dark Hall Mansion has unveiled its latest licensed art collaboration in a new series of prints from the artist Shag featuring Universal Monsters.
DQ Entertainment has signed a slew of distribution deals for its kids’ shows including “The Jungle Book,” “Robin Hood” and “Peter Pan.”
Mind Candy will support the charity BBC Children in Need with a series of cross-promotional activities in the U.K.
The Carte Blanche Group has signed a major publishing deal for its Tatty Teddy & My Blue Nose Friends brand with Autumn Group.
HBO and Brewery Ommegang are jointly rolling out the third in the line of “Game of Thrones”-inspired beers.
Flying Bark Productions will co-produce the new of “Heidi” television series with France’s Studio 100 Animation.
ZeptoLab UK and CITV are bringing a series of animated short films based on the game app “Cut the Rope” to TV in the U.K.
Nottingham Forest has appointed Copyright Licensing Agency to handle licensing for the animated feature film Foosball in MENA.
Nickelodeon U.K. has picked up Rainbow’s girls’ series “Mia and me” for broadcast in the U.K. and Ireland.
ABC and Disney Publishing Worldwide have released the new book Shark Tank: Jump Start Your Business.
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