As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Disney Junior’s Doc McStuffins is hitting the road in a health-focused Doc Mobile tour that will travel to 20 U.S. cities.
Nicole by OPI has announced plans for a new range of nail lacquers inspired by country singer Carrie Underwood.
The fashion magazine ELLE has launched a new online dating service in partnership with HowAboutWe.com.
Trigger Happy has launched a new app that allows users to create their own animated stories using licensed characters.
Warner Music Group has teamed up with Abel Fly Reel for a limited edition Grateful Dead fly-fishing reel.
The season one finale of Nickelodeon’s “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” posted huge audience gains over last year.
Saban Brands’ Paul Frank brand has partnered with the Institute of American Indian Arts for a collaboration with four Native American designers.
Walt Disney Studios unveiled new details about its upcoming animation and live-action slate last weekend at the D23 fan Expo.
Knockout Licensing has been appointed by the production company The Asylum to launch a licensing program for its movies.
General Media Communications, publisher of Penthouse, is planning its first adult nightclub under its Caligula brand.
Educational game maker JumpStart has launched a new online game based on DreamWorks Animation's How To Train Your Dragon.
CBS Consumer Products reveled its new Mexican-inspired Star Trek skeleton treatment that will be released by NECA in September.
Zodiak Kids hosted a star-studded event at Hamleys’ London flagship to launch Vivid’s Tickety Toc toys.
Sonar Entertainment is planning to adapt the best-selling book series Alice in Deadland for television.
Spin Master has launched its first solely owned IP–Paw Property–in collaboration with Nickelodeon.
NECA is releasing a Predator limited edition Trophy Skulls pack with 10 trophy skull collectibles.
DreamWorks Animation has tapped Hasbro to create toys and games inspired by two of its upcoming tentpole franchises.
Nickelodeon and Toyota’s new SpongeBob 2014 Toyota Highlander is hitting the road for fan events across the U.S.
FremantleMedia North America has promoted David Luner to a newly created position in franchise management.
Alcon Entertainment has acquired film and television rights to the Chicken Soup for the Soul the brand's owner.
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