With an aggressive new growth strategy, NFLPI is looking to score big in brand licensing as it looks beyond traditional products to drive retail sales.
TV personality Kelly Osbourne, in collaboration with Jupi Corp, will launch her first ready-to-wear collection this September on HSN.
Fazal Merchant will join DreamWorks Animation as the company's chief financial officer, starting Sept. 15.
Cartoon Network and H&M have launched a t-shirt line inspired by the animated comedy series “Adventure Time.”
Platinum Films has teamed up with Vue Entertainment to premiere the new season of “Matt Hatter Chronicles" at 81 Vue movie theaters across the U.K. this month.
WWE has officially changed its corporate logo to convey a more "contemporary, bold and powerful image" while maintaining the iconic “W.”
From the Simpsons to Sons of Anarchy, Fox Consumer Products has the savvy instincts needed to develop a broad array of licensed apparel programs.
Actress Sofia Vergara has partnered with Kay Jewelers to launch a new jewelry collection.
Abrams Books is planning a new cookbook inspired by the Netflix series "Orange is the New Black."
Global Brands Group, the new spin-off of sourcing and distribution company Li & Fung, has renewed and expanded its licensing arrangement with Disney Consumer Products.
Target Australia will launch a kitchen range by celebrity chef Curtis Stone on Sept. 25.
Studio 100’s “Maya the Bee” animated series has been picked up by CTV in the Czech Republic.
“Power Rangers Megaforce” will return to Nickelodeon Sept. 7 followed by the season premiere of the all-new “Digimon Fusion.”
Miss America Properties has tapped beauty company Joshua Brands for a new line of skincare and cosmetics called R.E.I.G.N.
Henson Independent Properties has broadened its relationship with Sixteen South Television to include CP rights for “Driftwood Bay.”
Nickelodeon is taking over New York City this week in the lead up to its 10th annual Worldwide Day of Play Saturday.
DQ Entertainment’s “The New Adventures of Peter Pan” made its debut on Rai Due in Italy Sept. 9.
The Australian public broadcaster ABC TV has picked up 30 hours of Zodiak Kids programming.
Children’s media company Yummico has teamed up with New York’s WNET to develop a public media project focused on nutrition.
Zeamu Music, the newly launched music label specifically for children ages 4 to 11, is presenting its new brand this weekend at MIPJunior.
Zodiak Kids placed its preschool show “Tickety Toc” on a series of new broadcasters around the world.
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