Abrams Artists Agency has been appointed to represent two YouTube creators–Amy Pham and Danielle Lackey (a.k.a. Panser).
Throwboy has launched pop culture-inspired throw pillows with three YouTube creators–Joey Graceffa, Meghan Camarena (a.k.a. Strawburry17) and Matthew Santoro.
TEN: The Enthusiast Network is expanding its YouTube auto show "Roadkill" into a multi-platform media brand that will include a branded magazine, live events and new website.
Multi-channel network Maker Studios is quickly making a name for itself. Now as it further aligns with Disney and has named a dedicated head of licensing, even bigger things are on the horizon.
VidCon proves it’s a melting pot for influencers, digital stars and the brands they are building.
YouTube star Michelle Phan has announced her newest endeavor, an original comic series created in partnership with the digital comic service Line Webtoon.
YouTube and Halfbrick, the Australian game developer behind mobile game “Fruit Ninja,” will produce a slate of original content for YouTube.
WWE has launched UpUpDownDown, a YouTube channel focusing on the world of video gaming, hosted by WWE Superstar and gamer Xavier Woods.
Malik Ducard, YouTube's director of content partnerships, opened the inaugural Digital Media Licensing Summit Monday, kicking off Licensing Expo 2015 in Las Vegas, Nev.
This year, Licensing Expo is featuring an impressive slate of more than 150 new exhibitors. Here are 10 of the standouts.
FremantleMedia has increased its stake in Europe's No. 1 multi-channel network Divimove, making Fremantle the majority shareholder.
Google has officially launched the new "YouTube Kids" app, designed to offer children safe and easy access to age-appropriate videos on the Internet platform.
Mattel's "Thomas & Friends" is embarking on a world tour as they leave the Island of Sodor to travel the globe in 52 new 3-minute digital shorts that will air on YouTube.
Rosanna Pansino, host of the online baking show "Nerdy Nummies," has partnered with Wilton Enterprises for a series of new YouTube tutorials.
Verizon will add more than 200 hours of original content produced by DreamWorks' YouTube network AwesomenessTV to its U.S. online content service every year.
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