As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Just Play has released the first toy range for “Tickety Toc” exclusively at Toys ‘R’ Us stores across the U.S.
Immediate Media has launched the new BBC Tree Fu Tom magazine, based on the FremantleMedia kids’ series.
Atlantyca Entertainment has unveiled the first product in the line of Geronimo Stilton beauty products, a perfume.
Lawless Entertainment has been appointed as the worldwide licensing representative for the reality TV series, “American Trucker.”
Henson Independent Properties has broadened its relationship with Sixteen South Television to include CP rights for “Driftwood Bay.”
V&S Entertainment has tapped Daredevil Development to create a game app for its preschool series, “Everything’s Rosie.”
Loudmouth has released a series of College Game Day pants in partnership with the NCAA.
Viz Media Europe and Média-Particiaptions have joined forces to launch the largest European SVOD anime website.
England's Football Association is prepping for the World Cup by extending its agreement with Poetic Gem for apparel.
The Cartoon Network waterpark being built in Thailand reached a construction milestone Monday.
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.
4K Media has announced that the Japanese anime series “Yu-Gi-Oh!” will air on Nicktoons in the U.S.
Discovery Enterprises International is shifting the focus of its publishing program, placing a new priority on male readers and digital publishing.
Warner Bros. and Fox have joined forces with publisher Insight Editions to create a companion book for the Fox series "Fringe," which was also integrated into the TV show.
Imira Entertainment has inked a host of international broadcast deals for its top series.
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