As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Educational game maker JumpStart has launched a new online game based on DreamWorks Animation's How To Train Your Dragon.
Jamba Juice has announced its first motion picture promotion with The Walt Disney Company for Disney’s Planes.
The first Marvel-produced Hulk series, “Marvel’s Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H” is set to make its debut Aug. 11 on Disney XD.
As season two of the Nickelodeon and NFL series “NFL Rush Zone” kicks into gear on Nicktoons, the partners have announced plans for a third season.
Nelvana Enterprises has teamed up to create an animated TV series based on the Chub City toy brand.
Zodiak Kids’ girls’ series “Totally Spies” is getting a boost in Italy and Spain with new online and broadcast promotions.
Saban Brands has tapped Shout! Factory for a DVD collection that spans the first 20 seasons of the “Power Rangers” television series.
Hasbro Studios’ feature film My Little Pony Equestria Girls will premiere on network television exclusively on The Hub.
DHX Media has inked a new deal with Canal+ to air its series “Monster Math Squad” in France, Monaco and Switzerland.
Toon Goggles, the online on-demand television service for kids, has rolled out a new app update.
Mercis bv, 6Sales and Big Tent Entertainment have tapped The Orchard to distribute the new, full-length feature film Miffy The Movie.
Outfit7 is celebrating its fourth birthday with plans for a new Talking Tom app.
Discovery Enterprises International is highlighting a slate of family-friendly, consumer product programs at BLE this week.
FremantleMedia has appointed Rick Glankler as executive vice president and general manager of its Kids & Family Entertainment division.
Studio 100 and Namco Bandai Games are pairing for a new video game based on Studio 100’s Maya the Bee property.
Yo Gabba Gabba co-creator Scott Schultz is planning a new television and app brand for babies and toddlers–Hi BabyBoo!.
Bulldog Licensing’s North American sister company is taking on the Garfield brand in the U.S. and Canada.
Me to You, the brand behind Tatty Teddy, has signed up as the charity partner for non-profit Have A Heart’s Live Artist of the Year event.
Walls 360 has created a line of on-demand wall graphics for the Nicktoons series, “Rob Dyrdek’s Wild Grinders.”
m4e has picked up “B-Daman Crossfire” for its TV platform and will also represent the brand for licensing in German-speaking territories.
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