The anime series ‘Yo-Kai Watch’ has taken Japan by storm. Now the brand is looking west, with plans to launch across Europe, the Americas and Australia/New Zealand.
The eyewear brand Revo, which is owned by Sequential Brands Group, has debuted a new collection of sunglasses created in collaboration with U2 lead singer Bono.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts unveiled the winners of the 20th annual British Academy Children’s Awards in London on Sunday.
Jewelry designer Efva Attling has created a new line inspired by the songs of The Beatles in a new deal with rights owner Apple Corps and agent Bulls Licensing.
The Hollywood Vampires, a collective of some of the '70s biggest rock stars, has partnered with Epic Rights and Global Merchandising Services to launch a merchandise and retail program.
Sony Music Entertainment and Artist Legacy Group have launched a new joint venture to offer brand management services, initially on artist estates.
Mattel's Monster High brand has joined forces with the Born This Way Foundation, created by pop star Lady Gaga, to spread a message of acceptance among teens.
Hasbro Studios and Sony Music/Legacy Recordings are getting in the spirit with a "My Little Pony Friendship is Magic" holiday album–"A Pony Kind of Christmas."
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has teamed with Access All Areas to bring the Scooby-Doo brand to a line of real musical instruments for kids.
Underwear brand Tezenis is promoting the MTV Europe Music Awards with a range of t-shirts and hoodies.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has tapped Groovy U.K. to develop a new line of homewares and gifting items in the U.K. inspired by the iconic disco band Village People.
Epic Rights has expanded its client roster through new representation agreements with a range of music artists including Def Leppard, Billy Idol and "Chicago."
Hasbro has joined forces with singer and actress Demi Lovato to promote its Twister Moves line, which lets players track their skips, hoops and moves.
Sixteen new licensees for Shopkins, ABG takes on the Michael Jackson brand and dELIA*s plot its return … these are the stories that shaped the week of April 27.
Music identification app "Shazam" is expanding its reach through an extensive list of new partnerships with companies including Disney, Target, HarperCollins and Evian.
Campus clothing label American Freshman and its 2015 Big Yellow Bus Tour will make a six-week stop at the Thorpe Park Resort in Chertsey, England.
The upcoming Kidz Bop "Make Some Noise Holiday Tour" is being sponsored by Build-A-Bear Workshop's newest product, the Honey Girls.
E-commerce platform Spreadshirt has teamed up with the Glasgow indie record label East 52nd Records to promote the Do The Right Thing #mystery campaign.
The Kidz Bop Kids will hit the road again this year in a new North American tour to more than 40 cities.
Kidz Bop, the children’s audio series, has announced that they will debut four new albums per year.
Britney Spears is the latest celebrity to join Glu Mobile's suite of pop culture-driven mobile games, following in the footsteps of Kim Kardashian and Katy Perry.
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