Fifteen years after its TV debut on Nickelodeon, SpongeBob SquarePants remains an international pop culture icon with expanded merchandise lines and new collaborations.
Amazon has unveiled its 2014 Holiday Toy List, a curated list of the hottest new products for kids.
Toys 'R' Us has launched a new e-commerce site, ToysRU.pl, in Poland, adding to its growing portfolio of global online stores.
Sesame Workshop will make full episodes of “The Furchester Hotel” available on YouTube.
E-commerce solutions provider Powertex Group is planning a Honda Powersports online store and new Honda Powersports-branded merchandise.
Flair and Disney got the highest deliveries ever reported for a Twitter party for a children’s product, reaching more than 1.8 million unique accounts.
Kids' cross-platform network BatteryPOP has finalized its first strategic brand partnerships with Major League Soccer, HarperCollins Children’s and Vevo.
Season one of Saban's animated preschool series “Julius Jr.,” based on the Paul Frank brand, is now available on Netflix.
Mind Candy has signed Giochi Preziosi Group as the European toy partner for its new game brand “World of Warriors.”
Lord & Taylor celebrated the U.S. launch of the William Rast fall 2014 collection with a performance by recording artist Jessie J last week.
DreamWorks Animations' AwesomenessTV YouTube network is bringing its brand offline with the launch of the pop-up shop Scene@AwesomenessTV in Los Angeles, Calif.
9 Story Entertainment has sold three of its series to the National Geographic Kids digital video channel on YouTube.
Bandai is planning to re-launch the ‘90s virtual pet toy Tamagotchi as a new multi-platform brand with new devices, lifestyle products and animated content.
OutFit7, creator of the app “Talking Tom and Friends,” is calling for idea submissions from the creative industry as it seeks to find and develop its next IP.
The Walt Disney Co. and Netflix have announced a new partnership that will see four new Marvel TV series arrive on the Internet TV network.
FremantleMedia has announced a ground-breaking partnership with search engine Google for live “American Idol” interactive experiences.
Iconicfuture has added seven international football clubs to the Super League Football table in its “Zen Pinball” game.
Forbes has licensed its name to the Swiss-based technology company Lotaris for a new mobile payment system called Forbes Digital Commerce.
The TV series "Nutri Ventures" is heading to public schools across the U.S. in a new collaboration with the Partnership for a Healthier America.
The Walt Disney Company has acquired Maker Studios, a network of online video content on YouTube, for $500 million.
Former Disney Store and Claire’s executive James D. Fielding has joined AwesomenessTV as global head of consumer products and retail.
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