An exclusive look at how Disney Consumer Products is leveraging new content to capture a greater share of the lucrative boys’ market worldwide.
Sony Pictures Consumer Products has tapped apparel manufacturer Bioworld as the first licensee for ABC’s new comedy series, “The Goldbergs.”
SEGA has unveiled details of the upcoming TV series and consumer products program for the newly launched brand of the Sonic universe, Sonic Boom.
With the “Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures” TV series performing well, 41 Entertainment has granted a swath of new licensees for the property.
DHX Media has renewed its deal with BBC Worldwide Asia to represent “Teletubbies” and “In the Night Garden” in China.
Cupcake Digital and DreamWorks Animation have released a new story app based on the TV series “Dragons: Defenders of Berk.”
Novel Entertainment has brought on Christopher Skala as a consultant to help build on the success of its digital offerings.
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.
The Wiggles are heading out on tour to introduce their new cast, which includes the first-ever female Wiggle.
Quill.com’s Dunder Mifflin-branded office products will have a significant presence at “The Office” wrap party.
Zodiak Kids, in partnership with Studio Licensing, has signed three new partners for Tickety Toc in Canada.
Brandberry has renewed its representation agreement with the children’s entertainment brand The Wiggles.
Nickelodeon has teamed up with the Middle East entertainment resort Atlantis, The Palm to feature SpongeBob SquarePants.
Anchor Bay Entertainment has partnered with My Gym for a new “Chuggington” cross-promotion.
Animaccord Animation Studios has given Egmont International publishing rights to “Masha and The Bear.”
Discovery Communications has teamed up for Animal Planet pet products and kitchenware.
With a multi-platform methodology for content and merchandise, Disney Consumer Products is building a 365-day super franchise for decades to come for The Avengers.
Cartoon Network is taking The Collectives TV series “The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange” to primetime.
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