An exclusive look at how Disney Consumer Products is leveraging new content to capture a greater share of the lucrative boys’ market worldwide.
Threadless has unveiled the winners of its Captain America Design Challenge, held in partnership with Marvel.
The new 3D Despicable Me Minion Mayhem attraction is set to open at the Universal Studios Hollywood theme park this spring.
Scooby-Doo is joining forces with the North Shore Animal League America’s Tour for an animal adoption tour across the U.S.
American Greetings Properties and Cupcake Digital have released a new app featuring Strawberry Shortcake.
C3 Entertainment has tapped Strapworks for various strapped products featuring the The Three Stooges, Arrow Classics and Grizzly Adams brands.
Tervis has tapped into its inner ninja with a new line of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles insulated drinkware.
Giromax is celebrating the 10th anniversary of Peppa Pig with a new line of mini Clay Buddies kits.
Reeder Brand Management will represent the brand of the late Chris Farley for licensing.
In celebration of the brand's 40th anniversary this year, Playmobil has dispatched one of its figures on an international sightseeing adventure.
The World Wildlife Fund and Earth Hour have named Zinkia Entertainment’s Pocoyo as the global kids’ ambassador for Earth Hour 2013.
King Features, licensor of characters like Betty Boop and Popeye, has appointed License2Brand as its agent in Greece and Cyprus.
Les Editions Albert René has teamed up with app developer BulkyPix to create two games based on the Asterix comic book series.
To celebrate the brand’s more than 25 years, HIT Entertainment will launch the Barney 25 Million Hugs campaign.
Coolabi has added a trio of new licensees for its preschool series “Poppy Cat.”
Animaccord Animation Studios has partnered with the Panini Group for Masha and The Bear sticker albums in Russia.
Warner Bros. Entertainment and DC Entertainment are kicking off a yearlong celebration in honor of the 75th anniversary of Superman.
King Features Syndicate is expanding its portfolio of characters with Archie Comics’ Betty and Veronica.
Hasbro has unveiled expansive plans for the My Little Pony franchise that extend the brand into a range of categories.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products (on behalf of DC Entertainment) is partnering with Fetch… for Pets! for a new line of DC Comics-themed pet apparel and toys for dogs.
©2014 ADVANSTAR COMMUNICATIONS INC. All rights reserved.