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.
The comedic art brand Aunty Acid has launched a worldwide licensing program that now includes greeting cards, mugs, gifts, stationery, calendars and books.
Sprout is celebrating the Winter Olympic with Chica’s Olypmic Famly Fun, an online destination of globally inspired content for families.
Toy company and confectionery licensee Dracco is now finding success as a licensor for its brands such as Zombie Zity, Predasaurs and Filly.
Motor oil brand Mobil 1 has partnered with NASCAR driver Tony Stewart to bring back the classic car film Smokey and The Bandit.
Saban Brands has partnered with San Francisco’s Center for Childhood Creativity to develop a series of activities for kids.
Trigger Happy, the creators of the animated storytelling app “Toon Hero,” has launched a social network that will let users publish their creations faster.
Women’s lifestyle brand Real Simple has teamed with online fashion brand Cuyana to create a line of apparel and accessories.
Hasbro teamed up with retailers Monday for Cybertron Monday, an online global sales event featuring the Transformers brand.
Scholastic Media’s TV series “Goosebumps” is now available on iTunes in Canada, the U.K. and Australia for the first time.
Dan Amos explains Tinderbox’s philosophy, talks about its successes and reveals why it is only interested in properties that originate in the digital space.
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