An exclusive look at how JimFielding is taking this upstart, multi-channel YouTube network and
its most popular content creators into the world of brand building, licensing and beyond.
Invizimals: The Alliance and Invizimals: A Tale of Two Dimensions are now available on the digital platforms iTunes and PlayStation Network.
Now Hollywood collectibles auction site ScreenBid is giving its fans of "Sons of Anarchy" the chance to own a piece of the show with an online auction.
The advertising-campaign-turned-brand Dumb Ways to Die continues to build its licensing program with the addition Australian publisher The Five Mile Press.
Hearst Corporation has acquired a 25 percent interest in DreamWorks Animation's AwesomenessTV in a move to grow the multi-platform media company.
Big Tent Entertainment has joined forces with Brain Power Studio to launch the YouTube property Something Fuzzy, which features animal-themed comedic content.
Beer makers poured more than $23 million into YouTube over the past 12 months, aiming to connect with Millennial consumers.
Fuhu, the creator of the Nabi kids' tablet, has launched Nabi Pass, a subscription service specifically for kids.
Nottingham Forest has launched a new online encyclopedia for the animation series “Sendokai Champions” to help fans discover all of the secrets of the series.
Netflix and American Greetings Properties are collaborating on an original kids' series starring the Care Bears.
Mobile games company DeNA and Crytek have joined forces to develop a free-to-play mobile game–“The Collectables.”
Genius Brands International has acquired the exclusive worldwide rights to the tween girls’ character and publishing brand Pascualina.
Saban Brands and Cirque du Soleil Media are teaming to develop an original kids’ property inspired by the circus brand.
WikiLeaks has discovered a new way to bring in revenue for its non-profit company, known for publishing classified documents–licensing.
Scholastic is bringing together three of its multi-platform series in the new Worlds Collide initiative.
Corus Entertainment's Nelvana has sold more than 345 half-hours of content to subscription video-on-demand partners in France and the U.K.
Sears Holdings has introduced a summer 2014 women's collection from musician and “The Voice” co-host Adam Levine.
Brand Central has signed on to develop a consumer products program for the design and lifestyle company Dwell Media.
John Deere has partnered with Soul and Vibe Interactive to develop video games, apps and digital content based on the agriculture brand.
HIT Entertainment and Exim Technology are expanding the digital presence of Barney and introducing Fireman Sam in the region.
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