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Endemol North America has teamed with Vavi Sport & Social to launch the “WipeoutRun” event, a game show-inspired obstacle course, in the U.S. and Canada.
Penguin has signed on to develop publishing programs for two preschool series–the upcoming CBeebies show "Hey Duggee" and DHX Brands' "Ella the Elephant."
Nickelodeon has released a number of character-based holiday products in partnership with licensees in the U.K.
Rovio Entertainment’s innovative video distribution model, ToonsTV, which is available within every “Angry Birds” mobile game, has hit 4 billion views.
Sesame Workshop has appointed Mag Brands to produce a range of Sesame Street outerwear for the U.S.
The joint venture between 21st Century Fox's Shine Group and Apollo Global Management's Endemol and Core Media Group has launched.
Nickelodeon is celebrating the holidays with activations at shopping malls and recreation parks in Asia, South Africa and at Russia’s Domodedovo Airport.
BBC One and BBC Drama have commissioned an exclusive adaptation of J.K. Rowling's first adult novel, The Casual Vacancy.
Animated preschool series “Kate & Mim-Mim” is slated to premiere Friday on Disney Junior in the U.S.
Scripps Networks Interactive has appointed Phillip Luff to head its U.K., Europe, Middle East and Africa business.
A Charlie Brown Christmas is Americans’ favorite animated holiday special, according to a recent Harris Poll.
Viz Media is giving Xbox users across North America a new way to personalize their avatars with costumes featuring the ninja manga brand Naruto Shippuden.
Ludorum has appointed Jantar Projekt to manage the licensing of its Chuggington preschool brand in Central and Eastern Europe.
Pukeko Pictures has teamed up with Sunman San Man to create a toy range for its preschool series “The WotWots” in Turkey.
FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment has signed a range of new licensees and TV distribution deals for its kids’ comedy series “Strange Hill High.”
With Super Bowl XLVIII expected to draw an estimated 181 million viewers, the NRF predicts that total spending for the event will top $12.3 billion.
The Hub Network will air two new episodes of its animated children’s series from Warren Buffett’s, “Secret Millionaires Club.”
Pepsi, Nickelodeon and M&M’s are among the companies helping fans gear up for Super Bowl XLVIII this weekend.
9 Story Entertainment has sold four of its key properties to the German kids’ channel Super RTL.
Knockout Licensing has granted the U.S.-based Inter-Governmental Philatelic Corporation the rights to create Downton Abbey stamp-collecting items.
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