An exclusive look at how Disney Consumer Products is leveraging new content to capture a greater share of the lucrative boys’ market worldwide.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has opened its first dedicated office in Asia and appointed Pinky David as vice president, Asia Pacific.
Cupcake Digital and Discovery Communications have unveiled the second kids’ app in their ongoing collaboration, this time featuring Discovery Kids.
A range of characters from children’s entertainment will be dropping by the White House in Washington, D.C., this week for the annual Easter Egg Roll.
NBCUniversal has launched an original video programming initiative that will be featured across its digital platforms.
MTV has signed an international licensing deal with U.K. software service MyBrandEmail for MTV-themed e-mail addresses.
VIMN South has appointed Andrea Castellari senior vice president and general manager of Viacom International Media Networks Italy, Middle East and Turkey.
Sesame Workshop has appointed Stephen B. Sobhani to the newly created position of vice president, international.
Viacom International Media Networks has signed a raft of third-party for its Nickelodeon kids' animation and live-action portfolio.
Disney XD Canada will debut a new live-action news-style show that takes viewers inside the world of gaming Monday.
Maker Studios Cartoonium online channel is featuring Funny Face Fridays, with a new cartoon based on the Pillsbury powdered drink from the ‘60s and ‘70s.
TNT has inked a new deal with video game publisher Little Orbit to bring its TV series “Falling Skies” to consoles.
Anchor Bay Entertainment has teamed up with My Gym in the U.S. to promote the release of the newest “Chuggington” DVD.
Flashman Studios has released a collection of Star Trek avatars for PlayStation Home.
The Original SoupMan brand, made famous on the sitcom “Seinfeld,” is expanding its range of soups.
Mattel has teamed with Dolphin Entertainment to develop a live-action feature film based on its Max Steel property.
Technicolor has announced plans for two new kids series that it will present the international marketplace this October at MIPCOM.
41 Entertainment has appointed MBC Licensing & Merchandising as its agent in MENA for Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures.
Zodiak Americas has re-branded its Zodiak USA division as Zodiak Los Angeles and appointed Tony Yates as CEO.
Univision Network is planning to air DQE’s new 3D CGI animated series “The Jungle Book” in the U.S. beginning this month.
BRB Internacional is launching a licensing program in Spain and Portugal for the preschool series “The Hive.”
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