An exclusive look at how Disney Consumer Products is leveraging new content to capture a greater share of the lucrative boys’ market worldwide.
Talent agency N.S. Bienstock has been appointed as the licensing agent for Veria Living, a media brand devoted to health and wellness.
Motor oil brand Mobil 1 has partnered with NASCAR driver Tony Stewart to bring back the classic car film Smokey and The Bandit.
C3 Entertainment has tapped Strapworks for various strapped products featuring the The Three Stooges, Arrow Classics and Grizzly Adams brands.
BBC One has commissioned a new daytime game show based on the U.K. board game Linkee that will be distributed internationally by Warner Bros.
Striker Entertainment has tapped Next Games to create a mobile game based on the AMC’s zombie drama series “The Walking Dead.”
Ludorum has appointed Licensing Street as its U.S. licensing consultant for the preschool show “Chuggington.”
Skinnygirl, the brand from reality TV star Bethenny Frankel, has launched a new line of water enhancers at retailers across the U.S.
IDW Publishing is bringing of the most popular “Star Trek: The Original Series” episodes of all time into a new comic series.
Tervis has tapped into its inner ninja with a new line of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles insulated drinkware.
Giromax is celebrating the 10th anniversary of Peppa Pig with a new line of mini Clay Buddies kits.
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.
Viacom International Media Networks has named Oliver Nitz as senior vice president of mobile brand licensing.
Anchor Bay Entertainment and Cedar’s Mediterranean Foods will mark the Jan. 7 release of the newest Tickety Toc DVD.
Gifting company Star has signed on to create a new line of products for Studio 100’s Maya the Bee in Italy, in a deal brokered by Planeta Junior Italia.
This year’s “Doctor Who” Christmas special will mark the end of the Eleventh Doctor, as Matt Smith is replaced by Peter Capaldi.
Stan Lee is stepping out of the shadows and onto The Hub Network in the first part of the Stan Lee’s Mighty 7 TV movie trilogy.
Discovery Communications has teamed up with Gramercy Products to create a line of products based on Animal Planet’s “Puppy Bowl.”
Celebrity and entertainment licensing agency Rights Management International is launching a new lifestyle brand for British reality TV star Sam Faiers.
Nickelodeon has announced plans for a new series called “Breadwinners,” which follows the adventures of two ducks as they operate a bread delivery service.
PGS Entertainment has completed a number of sales with broadcasters in Latin America at the NATPE market and conference this week.
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