As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
The Hallmark Channel will debut a new original movie based on Scholastic’s book series, Dear Dumb Diary, Sept. 6.
“Power Rangers Megaforce” will return to Nickelodeon Sept. 7 followed by the season premiere of the all-new “Digimon Fusion.”
kaboom! Entertainment will release two new DVD gift sets for “Octonauts” and “My Big Big Friend” at Walmart in Canada.
Spanish publisher RBA has released a new DVD collection of the ‘70s animated series “Heidi” in Italy.
Wicked Cool will debut its new line of The Wiggles toys exclusively at Toys ‘R’ Us in the U.S. later this month.
The British toy store Hamleys is planning a special boutique for the Moshi Monsters character Poppet.
Warner Bros. has teamed up with artist Lauren Moshi for a stylish spin on some of its iconic characters.
Simon and Schuster Children’s Books plans to re-launch the book brand Miffy in February 2014.
Univision Communications have teamed up with Soccer.com for clothing inspired by the Latino character El Chapulin Colorado.
American Greetings Properties has signed its first licensing partners for the Care Bears franchise in China.
A Hello Kitty airliner, developed by Sanrio and EVA Air, made its U.S. debut Wednesday.
Stan Lee has teamed up with FiCentive to create a range of gift cards featuring properties from his children’s book label.
SEGA of America has inked a new deal with Tommo for a range of mobile accessories featuring classic SEGA game systems.
The Jim Henson Company has secured a raft of new licensing deals for “Dinosaur Train,” as well as new television and digital partners.
EA Sports will not publish a 2015 version of its college football video game after an ongoing dispute with the NCAA.
GameMill Publishing has announced plans to release the video game “Disney Frozen: Olaf's Quest” Nov. 12, in advance of the film's premiere.
Zodiak Kids will serve as the French sub-agent for d-rights’ boys’ action property B-Daman Crossfire.
Turner Broadcasting System tapped Aardman Animation to create a new online game for Cartoon Network’s "Regular Show.”
With more than 20 years in the business, Carl Lumbard is well suited to helm FremantleMedia’s newly aligned Kids & Family Entertainment division.
Viz Media Europe is featuring its new series “Tenkai Knights” this week at MIPJunior and MIPCOM in Cannes, France.
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