As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Disney Consumer Products has revealed the product collection for Disneytoon Studios' upcoming animated film, Disney's Planes.
It’Sugar has released a new collection of Marilyn Monroe-inspired candy and gifts in partnership with Authentic Brands Group.
Archie Comics has teamed up with Moonscoop to co-produce a new series featuring the iconic comic book characters.
Sony Pictures Animation and Columbia Pictures are readying for the release of The Smurfs 2 Wednesday with a range of retail promotions.
Winston’s Whistle-Stop Tour has arrived at Drayton Manor Theme Park’s Thomas Land.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has announced a partnership with Resorts World Genting to develop the first international theme park for the studio.
Spin Master has launched its first solely owned IP–Paw Property–in collaboration with Nickelodeon.
Nickelodeon has signed Activision as the master video game licensee for SpongeBob SquarePants.
Marathon Media and France’s Château de Versailles Spectacles have launched a new Totally Spies app.
AGP and licensee Fetch for Pets have teamed up for a line of Care Bears pet accessories in the U.S.
Nottingham Forest has appointed Planeta Junior to manage the licensing program for its boys’ series “Sendokai Champions.”
Brands with Influence has added three new partners for the CBeebies series “Woolly and Tig.”
Giromax has launched a new collection of Angry Birds trading cards in U.K., based on “Angry Birds Space.”
Turner Broadcasting’s LazyTown brand has renewed a number of licensing partnerships in Australia.
Imira Entertainment has tapped Exim Licensing Group to represent “Lucky Fred” in Latin America.
HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones,’ has not only been a ratings success but also a licensing boon for the studio.
American Greetings Properties has signed new master partners for its top brands.
FremantleMedia has signed new broadcast and licensing deals in Australia and New Zealand for Tree Fu Tom.
Nickelodeon has announced two new deals for its top properties including an extension of its partnership with Crayola.
HIT Entertainment is lining up a roster of new licensing partners in the U.S. for “Thomas and Friends” and “Mike the Knight.”
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