With several new content initiatives, Cartoon Network Enterprises is poised to offer a broader portfolio and more opportunitites in licensing and events.
Movie Park Germany, in collaboration with licensor CBS Consumer Products, has developed a “Star Trek”-themed roller coaster and a Federation Plaza area.
DHX Brands has appointed nine new licensees to develop products based on the children’s television series “Teletubbies.”
A+E Networks has teamed with Mills Entertainment to bring the Lifetime series “Bring It!” back to the stage this summer.
In celebration of The LEGO Batman Movie, Legoland Parks and Legoland Discovery Centers across the globe have unveiled a new exclusive event taking place on select dates this year.
Global arts festival Pow! Wow! has appointed ’47, a sports lifestyle brand, to serve as the exclusive headwear provider for its festivals.
The Walt Disney Company has revealed that Pandora–The World of Avatar will open at Disney’s Animal Kingdom on May 27.
Universal Brand Development has partnered with Brand Events to debut a new global live-arena tour, called “Fast & Furious Live.”
The Children’s Theatre Company has revealed its 2017-2018 season lineup, which includes a licensed preschool production based on Corduroy and A Pocket for Corduroy.
Nickelodeon has announced the nominations for this year’s “Kids’ Choice Awards.”
Romina Arena, creator of the cinematic brand Where Did They Film That? Italy, has partnered with real estate marketing company Dream Properties for a series of travel destinations.
Studio 100 International has partnered with European grocery retailer Lidl for “Maya the Bee”-themed playgrounds in Slovakia.
Nick Jr. and Life Like Touring, in collaboration with Blu Blood, will bring the “Dora’s Pirate Adventure” live show to South Africa this July.
NASCAR has partnered with Entertainment Cruise Productions to create the first NASCAR-themed cruise.
Viacom International Media Networks has partnered with Parques Reunidos and Intu to develop a Nickelodeon-themed indoor family entertainment center at the retail location.
Warner Bros. has tapped Six Flags Fiesta Texas to debut the world’s first Superman-themed virtual reality roller coaster.
Licensing Expo has announced the addition of leading NFL players and top industry talent to the new Sports Activation Zone, presented by the NFL Players Association, for this year’s show.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products, on behalf of DC Entertainment, has tapped The Araca Group to bring branded pop-up retail locations and merchandise to more than 50 movie theaters showing Suicide Squad.
Licensee Junk Food Clothing will host a ‘90s Nickelodeon Takeover at its flagship location in Venice, Calif., with a themed capsule collection and activations.
Six Flags Magic Mountain theme park in Los Angeles, Calif., has unveiled a series of new haunted attractions for its annual Fright Fest, including a themed scare zone inspired by the Warner Bros. movie Suicide Squad.
Mantic Games, in partnership with Skybound Entertainment, will host a series of launch events for its new miniature-based tabletop game “The Walking Dead: All Out War.”
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