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.
Genius Brands International has introduced the new streaming music service "Baby Genius JukeBox" on the brand's website.
Pop culture apparel company Ripple Junction will create the first clothing line for Adult Swim’s animated series “Rick and Morty.”
The iStoryTime digital book library, powered by Cupcake Digital, will now include titles from Nickelodeon.
Boston-based public broadcaster and producer WGBH has optioned the rights to “Pinkalicious,” the New York Times best-selling children’s book series.
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.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer has added another new licensee as it gears up for the 50th anniversary in 2014.
Tele Images, a Zodiak Media company, has appointed Gladys Morchoisne as senior vice president of animation.
The Jim Henson Company continues to build both the audience and the licensing program for its series “Dinosaur Train” in Germany.
Ahead of the Asian Animation Summit, Nickelodeon has announced a number of broadcast deals for its animation properties in Asia Pacific.
Nickelodeon has launched the “Nick App” in the U.K. and Ireland, marking the first availability of the app outside of the U.S.
Disney Interactive has released a new web series based on the Disney Parks attraction It’s a Small World, in partnership with Rosetta Stone.
C3 Entertainment is making a push into the TV/film/digital space with the appointment of Pablo Velez Jr. as director of development and production.
Viacom International Media Networks is steadily growing its business and presence in Russia for its MTV and Nickelodeon brands, as well as Paramount Comedy.
The Jim Henson Company has sold “Doozers” to Turner Broadcasting System’s Cartoonito network in Asia Pacific.
With the fourth season of “Downton Abbey” set to begin airing in the U.S. Sunday, Knockout Licensing has added two new licensees for the period drama.
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