As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Disney Consumer Products and Marvel Entertainment have launched a new app that encourages digital drawing on the iPad.
V&S Entertainment has appointed two new licensees in South Africa for Everything’s Rosie apparel, accessories and footwear.
DQ Entertainment has signed a slew of new licensing deals for its kids’ properties including “Jungle Book” and “Peter Pan.”
Just Promotions has renewed its contract with Hit Entertainment for Thomas & Friends live events in Australia and New Zealand.
Outfit7 is celebrating its fourth birthday with plans for a new Talking Tom app.
Mind Candy will support the charity BBC Children in Need with a series of cross-promotional activities in the U.K.
Turner CN Enterprises and Spanish toy company Famosa have released the new Boing kids’ tablet in Spain.
Discovery Enterprises International has rolled out its first Discovery Explore Your World toy range in the U.K. and Ireland.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products is planning a soccer-themed crossover for The Simpsons in 2014 in conjunction with the FIFA World Cup.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has partnered with figurine manufacturer Schleich on a new line of DC Comics figurines.
Bandai is planning to re-launch the ‘90s virtual pet toy Tamagotchi as a new multi-platform brand with new devices, lifestyle products and animated content.
Garfield is paying a visit to the Facebook game “Gourmet Ranch” for Thanksgiving.
Coolabi has tapped the publisher Kennedy Enterprises to launch a new standalone Poppy Cat magazine in the U.K.
Sanrio and American Greetings Properties have brought together two of their brands–Care Bears and Little Twin Stars–for a new collaboration in Japan.
U.K. licensee Dreamtex has inked a deal with CPLG for a Power Rangers bedding line.
Lyke Licensing has brokered a new deal between Marvel Entertainment and Aquarius for a line of novelty collectibles featuring Marvel Super Heroes.
Japanese animation house Studio Ghibli has tapped Diamond Comic Distributors to bring products inspired by its animated films to North America for the first time.
41 Entertainment has appointed Sun City as the apparel licensee for Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures in France.
Fathead has launched its newest product - Fat Dots, removable stickers for the home button on iOS devices.
“The WotWots” is continuing its expansion into Europe with the addition of new licensing agents in Germany and Turkey,.
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