An exclusive look at how Disney Consumer Products is leveraging new content to capture a greater share of the lucrative boys’ market worldwide.
Cupcake Digital and Discovery Communications have unveiled the second kids’ app in their ongoing collaboration, this time featuring Discovery Kids.
A range of characters from children’s entertainment will be dropping by the White House in Washington, D.C., this week for the annual Easter Egg Roll.
NBCUniversal has launched an original video programming initiative that will be featured across its digital platforms.
MTV has signed an international licensing deal with U.K. software service MyBrandEmail for MTV-themed e-mail addresses.
VIMN South has appointed Andrea Castellari senior vice president and general manager of Viacom International Media Networks Italy, Middle East and Turkey.
Sesame Workshop has appointed Stephen B. Sobhani to the newly created position of vice president, international.
Viacom International Media Networks has signed a raft of third-party for its Nickelodeon kids' animation and live-action portfolio.
Disney XD Canada will debut a new live-action news-style show that takes viewers inside the world of gaming Monday.
Maker Studios Cartoonium online channel is featuring Funny Face Fridays, with a new cartoon based on the Pillsbury powdered drink from the ‘60s and ‘70s.
Creation Films has tapped C3 Entertainment as the distribution partner for its Historical War library of documentary films.
Zodiak Kids has inked an acquisition deal with Nickelodeon for season two if its CG-animated preschool series “Tickety Toc.”
DreamWorks Animation has announced plans to acquire one of the most popular teen networks on YouTube, AwesomenessTV.
Hub Network has announced plans to add two new series–“SheZow” and “Wizards vs Aliens”–beginning June 1.
The Fred Rogers Company has named Simon & Schuster as the master publishing partner “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.”
Guru Studio and its publishing partner Immedium have released a second book based on the preschool series “Justin Time.”
The U.S. Army is hopeing to reach 18- to 24-year-old recruits with a new branded content series on Fox.
FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment has created the first-ever kids’ second-screen app for its series “Wizards vs. Aliens.”
Disney Channel has unveiled plans for its new original movie Teen Beach Movie, including a full product program.
Nelvana is planning three new themed seasons of “Beyblade” and the new show “Trucktown.”
Saban Brands has announced a series of new additions to its Vortexx programming block on the CW.
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