An exclusive look at how Disney Consumer Products is leveraging new content to capture a greater share of the lucrative boys’ market worldwide.
DreamWorks Animation is expanding its partnership with licensing agency Compañía Panamericana de Licencias to Brazil.
Discovery Communications is planning a line of Keurig-compatible, single-serve coffee cups inspired by the TLC series, “Cake Boss.”
Nerd Corps Entertainment has partnered with Shout! Factory and Screenvision for a new feature film based on its TV series, “Slugterra.”
Viacom International Media Networks Asia is collaborating with SMIT to launch the online edutainment platform My Nick Jr. in China.
Hoho Rights has teamed with Immediate Media to launch a one-off magazine special featuring the CBeebies series “Cloudbabies.”
BBC Worldwide has made new senior hires across business development, legal and finance for its Asia division.
Clan TV in Spain has picked up Saban Brands’ animated series “Digimon Fusion.”
First Lady Michelle Obama will guest star on two Disney/ABC Television Group TV series in May.
“Tree Fu Tom,” produced by FremantleMedia Kids & Family, launched its second season in the U.S. on Sprout Tuesday.
PGS Entertainment has sold the animated series “Chaplin & Co” to more than 100 territories worldwide.
Nickelodeon plans to debut its newest kids’ show, “Sanjay and Craig,” May 25.
Basic Thinking has announced plans for a new apparel collection inspired by Redan Alchemy’s puppet character Sooty.
Sesame Workshop has teamed up with Ape Entertainment to release the first-ever Sesame Street comic book.
The Jim Henson Company has announced a series of new licensees for the children’s series “Dinosaur Train” in Europe.
VIZ Media has become the North American master licensee for the anime series “K.”
MTV Books has released an interactive e-book based on the MTV2 series “Guy Code.”
Nottingham Forest has appointed Planeta Junior to manage the licensing program for its boys’ series “Sendokai Champions.”
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.
Imira Entertainment has tapped Exim Licensing Group to represent “Lucky Fred” in Latin America.
Nelvana and the Clifford Ross Company have tapped Cupcake Digital for the first-ever apps for Babar.
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