As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Universal Partnerships & Licensing and Stride Rite have teamed up for a new toddler shoe featuring Curious George.
Hoho Rights will launch its new girls’ fashion brand Mimi & Bibi at Brand Licensing Europe in London this October.
American Greetings Properties is continuing to add to the roster of Strawberry Shortcake licensees in Brazil.
Rovio Entertainment has launched a new learning concept based on the Angry Birds brand and Finnish educational standards.
Big Tent Entertainment has signed two new long-term deals that will bring its Domo character to electronics cases and puzzles.
Lifestyle brand Alex and Ani is planning an exclusive line of expandable wire bangles for all 32 teams in the NFL.
Backstage Licensing has negotiated a month-long promotion with Carrefour in Italy to promote Smurfs 2.
CreaCon Group, creators of the “City of Friends” preschool series, has appointed media executive Harold Sletten as CEO.
Mr. Potato Head has traveled through space and time to take on the persona of Doctor Who’s Eleventh Doctor.
Platinum Films has appointed License Connection to manage licensing for Matt Hatter Chronicles in Benelux after Disney XD picked up the series.
Big Tent Entertainment has lined up two new partners that will bring the character Domo to a range of apparel and accessories.
Discovery Communications has partnered with Olaes Enterprises for a range of Animal Planet-branded apparel for young men and boys in the U.S.
41 Entertainment has appointed Zodiak Kids to represent “Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures” in France and French-speaking Belgium and Switzerland.
Moonscoop has launched international distribution for its new series “Lalaloopsy” at MIPTV, taking place this week in Cannes, France.
Australia's SLR Productions has made two new executive appointments as it celebrates its 10th anniversary.
Evolution has appointed a series of international sub-agents to manage Miramax's portfolio.
Turner International has announced that former Disney executive Giorgio Stock will take over as president of Turner Broadcasting System, EMEA this April.
The Swedish Olympic committee has tapped the retailer H&M to dress the Swedish teams for the next two Olympics.
Parenting brand What to Expect has teamed up with Little Airplane Productions to create original television content for young viewers.
Tesco has teamed up with The Walt Disney Company U.K. to launch a new augmented reality app for Iron Man 3.
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