With an aggressive new growth strategy, NFLPI is looking to score big in brand licensing as it looks beyond traditional products to drive retail sales.
Amazon has unveiled a new tablet built from the ground up for kids–the Fire HD Kids Edition.
Lionsgate has teamed up Sony DADC's relentlessGENERATOR to launch an official e-commerce destination for the Netflix series, "Orange is the New Black."
Sony Pictures Entertainment has selected relentlessGENERATOR to create new online destinations to support the 30th anniversary of Ghostbusters.
Redibra has appointed P&L Global Network as the exclusive licensing agency for Gallina Pintadita for several Latin American countries.
Viacom has agreed to bring 22 of its networks to Sony's forthcoming cloud-based TV service.
Imira Entertainment has signed a subscription-video-on-demand deal with Hulu.
Oznoz, an online channel for bilingual children, has teamed with Nelvana Enterprises to bring more than 400 half-hour episodes of Nelvana TV shows to U.S.
Made in Me has partnered with comic book publisher Dynamite Entertainment to bring Doodle Jump comics to mobile devices and tablets globally.
This fall, Sprout and “Today” will celebrate thoughtful acts by kids across the country with the return of the Kindest Kid Contest.
BBC Worldwide has launched an official online shop in Australia and New Zealand.
Turner Broadcasting System tapped Aardman Animation to create a new online game for Cartoon Network’s "Regular Show.”
Mind Candy will support the charity BBC Children in Need with a series of cross-promotional activities in the U.K.
Toys ‘R’ Us U.S. has launched redesigned versions of its Toysrus.com and Babiesrus.com e-commerce sites.
Netflix has called in the big guns for its first-ever original kids' series, with plans to debut “Turbo Fast” in partnership with DreamWorks Animation.
HBO Global Licensing and Brewery Ommegang are letting fans decide the name and style of the fourth brew in their Game of Thrones series.
Saban Brands is bringing “Digimon Fusion” to its own programming block on The CW, Vortexx starting Jan. 25.
Mind Candy has released the “Moshi Monsters Village?” app globally, following the game’s debut in the U.K. late last year.
Quill.com and NBCUniversal have extended their licensing partnership for the “The Office”-inspired Dunder Mifflin office products.
DreamWorks Animation’s AwesomenessTV, has hired former Walt Disney Studios executive T.J. Marchetti as chief marketing officer.
Moshi Monsters has teamed with the marine conservation charity Sea Life for a series of live events across the U.K. this year.
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