As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
In a collaboration between the band Grateful Dead and Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, a new beer will be hitting taps and shelves soon–American Beauty.
Saban’s “Power Rangers Megaforce” is celebrating the Halloween season with a variety of activities throughout the month including safety videos, events and appearances.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products is partnering with a host of licensees for Halloween costumes, led by Rubie’s Costume Co.
Studio 100 Media has sold the re-mastered CGI version of “Maya The Bee” to NRK Super in Norway, where it will debut in 2014.
Corus Entertainment’s Nelvana Enterprises has sold its preschool series “Franklin and Friends” to China’s national broadcaster Chinese Central Television’s children’s channel, CCTV Kids.
Gaumont Animation’s new animated CGI series “Calimero” (104 x 11) has been acquired by German Broadcaster Super RTL in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
DHX Media has begun production on the new 26 x 30, 2D animated comedy series, “Looped,” aimed at kids ages 6 to 12.
FremantleMedia has arrived at MIPCOM in Cannes, France, with more titles in production than ever.
HIT Entertainment has announced sales for more than 120 hours of preschool entertainment content for titles in its portfolio of properties.
Animal Planet’s non-profit initiative, R.O.A.R. (Reach Out. Act. Respond.), has launched its third annual matching campaign, 30 Days to R.O.A.R., to raise funds for seven participating partners.
JELC is bringing one of its newest clients, the girls’ crafting property iDoo-B-Doo, to Brand Licensing Europe this week.
The Copyrights Group Limited has appointed The Joester Loria Group to represent The Snowman brand in the U.S. and Canada.
Fan Ink Limited has signed on to create a line of novelty products for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products EMEA announced a multi-year partnership with the NBA Wednesday at Brand Licensing Europe.
Sander Schwartz, president of FremantleMedia’s Kids and Family Entertainment division, will be leaving the company by the end of this month.
Summit Entertainment and Planet Hollywood International have teamed up to host The Twilight Forever Fan Experience in New York City.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products is planning a soccer-themed crossover for The Simpsons in 2014 in conjunction with the FIFA World Cup.
Wizards of the Coast and game developer DeNA have launched the first-ever Dungeons & Dragons mobile game, “Arena of War.”
The National Basketball Association has renewed its partnership with Under Armour for basketball footwear.
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