Fifteen years after its TV debut on Nickelodeon, SpongeBob SquarePants remains an international pop culture icon with expanded merchandise lines and new collaborations.
Netflix and American Greetings Properties are collaborating on an original kids' series starring the Care Bears.
DHX Media’s Caillou preschool brand is turning 25 next year, and to celebrate, DHX Brands is planning a year-long celebration.
CBS Consumer Products has released a new addition in its line of Star Trek alcoholic beverages, Klingon Bloodwine (tlhIngan 'Iw HIq).
Celebrity wedding planner and TV personality David Tutera has partnered to develop a touring wedding show, Your Wedding Experience presented by David Tutera.
Entertainment One Family has secured broadcast agreements around the globe for more than 100 hours of its children’s programming.
Discovery Communications has signed a multi-year deal with TNA Impact Wrestling to bring the professional wrestling league to homes across the U.S.
DHX Media has acquired a library of children’s and family television series, feature films and television specials.
Polish broadcaster PULS 2 has picked up season six of Rainbow's girls' series "Winx Club," which is began airing earlier this month.
Disney Channel will air the original Turkish series "Limon and Zeytin" adding to its slate of regional productions in the regional.
Koko Media is taking Jo Rose’s original IP Deer Little Forest to the next level in a development deal with King Rollo Films for an animated TV series.
Redan Publishing and Entertainment One are extending their publishing partnership with plans for the first digital Peppa Pig magazine.
Studio 100 and mixtvision Digital have launched the official Maya the Bee game app worldwide in 10 different languages.
Platinum Films has appointed Haven Licensing to represent its boys’ adventure series, “Matt Hatter Chronicles” in Australia and New Zealand.
Act III Licensing has signed on to represent the classic comedy-horror film, Attack of the Killer Tomatoes!.
Studio 100’s CGI-animated series “Maya the Bee” will arrive in the U.K. on Tiny Pop Jan. 6.
Knockout Licensing continues to expand the U.S. licensing program for the hit British drama “Downton Abbey” with two new licensees
Discovery Communications has teamed up with Gramercy Products to create a line of products based on Animal Planet’s “Puppy Bowl.”
Celebrity and entertainment licensing agency Rights Management International is launching a new lifestyle brand for British reality TV star Sam Faiers.
Nickelodeon has announced plans for a new series called “Breadwinners,” which follows the adventures of two ducks as they operate a bread delivery service.
PGS Entertainment has completed a number of sales with broadcasters in Latin America at the NATPE market and conference this week.
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