With the series' 50th anniversary in full swing, the BBC's iconic sci-fi franchise celebrates five decades as a global phenomenon and brand licensing juggernaut.
Vin Di Bona has made its collection of “America’s Funniest Home Videos” clips available for licensing.
Online kids’ world Bin Weevils has acquired the broadcast rights to seasons two and three of “My Little Pony” from Hasbro.
Coolabi has teamed up with Heroes for Kids for a new Poppy Cat e-shop featuring a range of merchandise.
Herotainment, creators of the online game for kids, “Herotopia,” has teamed up to make a music album.
Redibra is taking on the Brazilian children’s property Galinha Pintadinha.
Innovative Artists has been appointed as licensing agent for Sophia Grace and Rosie, the YouTube sensations popularized by the “Ellen” talk show.
The Joester Loria Group is ready to introduce the hit comedy brand and YouTube sensation Smosh to the licensing industry.
Licensing agency Beanstalk is heading into the digital world with the launch of a new division, Tinderbox.
Mind Candy has announced plans to produce an animated series based on Moshi Monsters.
Zodiak Kids has launched a new website for its preschool series “Tickety Toc” for kids in the U.K., the U.S., Canada and Australia.
Sanrio and Sourcebooks have teamed up to create a new personalized children’s book series featuring Hello Kitty.
EA has launched the flagship online store for its Need for Speed franchise with the help of licensee Joystick Junkies.
The Collective has partnered with HarperCollins Children’s Books for a series of books inspired by The Annoying Orange.
Bazooka Candy Brands has launched a new e-commerce site that allows consumers to create personalized Ring Pops.
Condé Nast has teamed up to launch a new e-commerce site that offers interior designers access to it imagery archives.
Amazon Studios has greenlit three new kids pilots as part of its original programming for Prime Instant Video.
Mind Candy has revealed the winner of its annual Design a Moshling drawing competition–Pinestein.
Exim Licensing Group’s technology division, Exim Tech, has announced a new alliance with app developer Yuisy.
Amazon Studios has greenlit a pilot for the original children’s series “Maker Shack Agency,” produced by Electus Studios.
Electronic Arts has teamed up with 10 National Red Cross Societies from around the world to feature the aide organization in “SimCity.”
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