April's MIPTV presented a plethora of children's programming to international broadcasters.
Marvel Entertainment and Disney Consumer Products have unveiled the full lineup of new products for Iron Man 3.
Aardman Animations is teaming up with StudioCanal to bring its animated character Shaun the Sheep to the big screen.
Walmart has teamed with Warner Bros. to give its customers the chance to see an advance screening of Man of Steel.
Paramount Pictures and Namco Bandai Games America have released “Star Trek: The Video Game” in the U.S.
Disney, in collaboration with its partner Glidden, has released a series of new home paints and specialty finishes.
Tesco has teamed up with The Walt Disney Company U.K. to launch a new augmented reality app for Iron Man 3.
Universal Partnerships & Licensing has tapped G by Guess for a new collection inspired by the upcoming film, Fast & Furious 6.
Publishing company Sound Konnect has launched a new social expressions brand, BollyXpress, to license Bollywood content.
Evolution has appointed a series of international sub-agents to manage Miramax's portfolio.
C3 Entertainment has partnered with Black Ball for a new range of posters featuring Arrow Classics adult films.
41 Entertainment has appointed Sun City as the apparel licensee for Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures in France.
HGTV and HSN have launched a new multi-year partnership that will see HGTV become the face of HSN’s outdoor living category.
Nickelodeon and Fuhu have teamed up for Nickelodeon-themed accessories and pre-loaded content for the Nabi Jr. kids’ tablet.
Zodiak Kids has signed two new partners and renewed a third for the CBeebies preschool show “Mister Maker.”
The European film/TV group, StudioCanal has extended its partnership with Creative Licensing Corporation for another three years.
The European film/TV group, StudioCanal has extended its partnership with Creative Licensing Corporation.
41 Entertainment has signed two new distribution deals to bring its new series “Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures” to Spain.
The online kids’ TV platform Toon Goggles has teamed up with myKaZootv to bring music videos to its viewers for the first time.
Novel Entertainment’s animated series “Horrid Henry” is headed to a raft of new territories.
Guru Studio has teamed up to develop FriendsWithYou’s art concept and toy line, Wish Come True, into a new preschool series.
41 Entertainment has appointed Legend Holdings as the textile licensee for its new Pac-Man series in Australia and New Zealand.
More than 250 global licensees are on board as Studio 100’s new CGI children’s series “Maya the Bee” begins to roll out internationally.
41 Entertainment and BBC International are teaming up to bring PAC-MAN and the Ghostly Adventures footwear to the U.S. and Canada.
The Hispanic Information and Telecommunications Network is developing two new apps featuring Zinkia Entertainment’s Pocoyo.
Zodiak Kids CP Paris is planning a summer cross-promotion at the Château de Versailles the sixth season of “Totally Spies!”
Viacom International Media Networks Asia has renewed its strategic alliance with Global TV in Indonesia and appointed a new licensing agent in the country.
Fathead has launched its newest product - Fat Dots, removable stickers for the home button on iOS devices.
American Greetings Properties and its licensing agent Medialink, are planning a new crossover collection with the Rody brand in Taiwan.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has launched a new free-to-play online game inspired by The Hobbit trilogy.
Sportiqe has announced plans for a new line of t-shirts that merge the Grateful Dead and several top NBA teams.
Home improvement retailer Lowe’s is planning Build and Grow events featuring DreamWorks Animation’s new film The Croods.
HIT Entertainment has teamed up again with the digital publisher P2 Games for a second app featuring Fireman Sam.
Disney Junior Canada has picked up seasons one and two of Endemol's CGI preschool series "Bananas in Pyjamas." The series will debut March 2.
The first and second seasons of CreaCon Entertainment's preschool series "City of Friends" have been picked up in the U.S. by the kids' content platform Kidobi.
V&S Entertainment has partnered with Avanquest Software Publishing for a Nintendo DS game based on its preschool property, Everything's Rosie.
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