As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
With a new original movie and several other programs, Disney Channels is leveraging its creative tide and its synergy with DCP to create the next wave of popular franchises.
Macy’s and Lids Sports Group are teaming up to open sports team merchandise departments.
Disney Interactive has released a new iPad app that allows fans to explore the world of Disney animation.
The Jim Henson Company has officially launched its newest preschool property, Chatter Zoo.
SEGA Europe has tapped London Cakes for Sonic the Hedgehog-themed party cakes.
Duncan Toys Company and Walt Disney Parks and Resorts have entered into a long-term strategic alliance.
Sanrio is kicking of the U.S. re-launch of the Mr. Men Little Miss brand this weekend at Fred Segal in LA.
Blitz Games has released the first in a series of character apps co-produced with DreamWorks.
CandyRific has extended its offering of Monsters University novelty candy items through the fall.
The Kidz Bop Kids have lined up a trio of live performances this weekend in New York and New Jersey.
Planeta Junior has signed on to represent BondiBand in the EMEA territories for broadcasting, licensing and merchandising.
Sony Pictures Television has partnered with graphic designer Ty Mattson to create a series of Breaking Bad screen prints.
Gund has unveiled its new Grumpy Cat plush, which will arrive in stores beginning Nov. 1.
Scholastic Media and Sprout have joined forces to create the new preschool TV series “Astroblast!.”
The European Licensing Company has been appointed to represent Zenit St. Petersburg.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products EMEA is launching its newest entertainment portfolio–WB True Classics.
Two prominent brand licensing execs from Viacom International Media Networks and Mattel delivered the closing keynote on day one of MIP Junior, focusing on the success of two very different and diverse franchises.
DreamWorks Classics is expanding the international licensing program for the character Where’s Wally?.
The WWE has signed new deals for products including men’s and boys’ accessories, toys, sleepwear and footwear.
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