As Saban Brands celebrates its fifth anniversary, the company has grown from one iconic franchise to 11 brands and approaching $1 billion in retail sales worldwide.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC Entertainment have launched three new entertainment destinations for Scooby-Doo, Looney Tunes and DC Kids.
Major League Soccer has partnered with Letv Sports, a digital broadcast platform for sports in China, to offer live coverage of all league matches in the region.
Sesame Workshop has launched its on-demand video service, “Sesame Street Go,” on the streaming TV platform Roku.
Endemol Shine U.K. has added three new digital roles at its multi-channel network ChannelFlip.
Viacom International Media Networks is forming a new Commercial Innovation group to help advertisers create customized, content-led campaigns on digital and social media.
DEFY Media’s YouTube brand "Smosh" inked a deal with Dynamite Entertainment for a series of comics and graphic novels, brokered by The Joester Loria Group.
Rovio Entertainment has signed Brand Central to extend the "Angry Birds" licensing program into the food and beverage category in the United States.
Art company Dark Hall Mansion’s latest entry in its Seminal Film Series of limited edition prints is the 1933 classic film King Kong.
National Geographic has teamed with Toms shoes to support National Geographic’s big cats conservation efforts with a special edition line of shoes and accessories.
Umigo, the free online site for children, will kick off its inaugural Summer of Umigo on National Summer Learning Day June 19.
Rebellion has teamed with NextGen Gaming for online and mobile slots and bingo games featuring 2000 AD’s comic book character Judge Dredd.
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Target is teaming up with four YouTube stars along with Design Hunter L.A. for a YouTube video series.
Outfit7 has signed an on-demand apparel deal with the London-based licensing company MerchANT for its mobile game franchise “Talking Tom and Friends.”
DreamWorks' YouTube network AwesomenessTV is teaming with Kohl's to launch a seven capsule, limited edition junior’s fashion line.
Otter Media, a joint venture between The Chernin Group and AT&T, has purchased a majority stake in the YouTube multi-channel network Fullscreen.
Season one of Saban's animated preschool series “Julius Jr.,” based on the Paul Frank brand, is now available on Netflix.
Alita's Brand Bar has negotiated a deal to bring the art of Ali Sabet to online art print e-commerce store ICanvas Art.
Genius Brands International has named PBS Distribution as the home entertainment (DVD, CD and digital) partner for its Baby Genius library.
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