With the series' 50th anniversary in full swing, the BBC's iconic sci-fi franchise celebrates five decades as a global phenomenon and brand licensing juggernaut.
Two executives from Rovio Entertainment will give the keynote address at Brand Licensing Europe on Oct. 15 in London.
British retailer John Lewis will host a Mario-themed Nintendo event in London featuring the voice actor who plays Mario.
Korean animation studio Tuba n Co. has appointed Kaynak Licensing Co. to bring its brands to Turkey.
The Original SoupMan brand, made famous on the sitcom “Seinfeld,” is expanding its range of soups.
PBS Kids and Whole Foods Market have partnered to offer families tools to support healthy eating.
Following its acquisition of the majority stake in Wombles , Dramatico Entertainment is planning a multi-platform brand re-launch.
Toys ‘R’ Us has added an exclusive range of do-it-yourself accessories designed by actress Victoria Justice to its Totally Me! brand.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has tapped Smith & Brooks to produce a range of Matt Hatter-branded outerwear in the U.K.
True Drinks has extended its licensing agreement with Marvel to characters including The Avengers on its products.
The British toy store Hamleys is planning a special boutique for the Moshi Monsters character Poppet.
Iconix Brand Group has appointed Natasha Fishman as VP of global brand management and marketing for Peanuts Worldwide.
Bulldog Licensing has sown the seeds of a new deal for the CBeebies character Mr. Bloom with fancy dress supplier Little Babas.
Random House Children’s Books has released a series of new titles from Nickelodeon, Mattel and Sesame Workshop.
Big Tent Entertainment and the L.A.-based design studio Mighty Fine are planning a line of fan-created Domo apparel and accessories.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has tapped Ruckus Media Group to bring e-books featuring top characters to mobile markets.
Disney.com has launched the new blog Oh My Disney, which combines smart and witty writings with classic and current Disney characters and stories.
41 Entertainment has appointed Legend Holdings as the textile licensee for its new Pac-Man series in Australia and New Zealand.
Dark Horse Comics has teamed up with the Hong Kong-based toy company Toy2R for a new range of 5-inch Hellboy figures in its popular Mini-Qee format.
Rovio Entertainment has appointed Puffin, an imprint of Penguin Children's, as the key publisher for the Angry Birds franchise.
American Greetings Properties has expanded its partnerships with two existing licensees in Brazil and Panama for its top brands.
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