Fifteen years after its TV debut on Nickelodeon, SpongeBob SquarePants remains an international pop culture icon with expanded merchandise lines and new collaborations.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has partnered with a wide array of licensees to develop fan-favorite gifts prime for holiday wish lists.
Bendon has selected supermodel and TV host Heidi Klum to replace Elle Macpherson as the creative director and face of its flagship Intimates brand.
Spanish pastry company Panrico has teamed up with Cartoon Network's “Sendokai Champions” to launch a promotional campaign for Bollycao, Panrico’s chocolate brand.
Warner Bros. laid out an aggressive content strategy aimed at increasing profits while “doubling down on outstanding content” at a Time Warner investors meeting Wednesday.
For the fourth year in a row, Nickelodeon has partnered with The National Breast Cancer Foundation in Australia for a SpongeBob SquarePants promotion.
River of Goods is planning a lighting collection inspired by the hit TV series "Downton Abbey," in a deal brokered by Knockout Licensing.
Cartoon Network Enterprises, Steve Jackson Games and USAopoly have launched Munchkin Adventure Time card game.
Saban Brands’ animated TV series “Digimon: Fusion will air on Yep! on ProSieben MAXX in Germany this November.
Mercis and Telescreen (part of the m4e group of companies) have sold the TV series “Miffy’s Adventures Big and Small” to ABC4Kids and Dutch public broadcaster KRO.
Studio 100 has signed a deal to air its content in the Middle East for a period of three years via Mondo TV and extended its existing partnership with distribution company Comarex.
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.
What started as a small TV production business has now grown into one of the world’s largest independent family entertainment companies with a major position in live action and kids’ animation.
PlayDate Digital, under license from Hasbro, has released a new interactive digital storybook for Valentine’s Day featuring My Little Pony.
As part of the studio's television growth strategy, Warner Bros. Television Group has acquired all of the Eyeworks Groups.
A raft of BabyFirst TV shows are now available on the Hulu Plus subscription service.
Centerstage Brands International has tapped Univision Communications to license the late Latin American movie star Pedro Infante in the U.S.
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