It doesn’t get much more powerful than a Marvel superhero, and the company is capitalizing on that brand strength with a new strategy.
Carte Blanche Group has signed a global licensing deal with Ashleigh Butler and Roar Global to develop the Pudsey the Dog brand.
SEGA will introduce new characters in Sonic the Hedgehog’s upcoming "Sonic Boom" TV series.
HBO and its official licensees have a slew of Game of Thrones exclusive at San Diego Comic-Con this week and weekend.
U.K. company Coolabi Group has secured six new licensees for CBeebies' long-running animation series, “Clangers.”
A select group will get a chance to experience Cartoon Network Amazone in Bang Saray, Thailand before the park opens to the public.
Temple Street Productions has brought on Striker Entertainment as the worldwide (excluding Canada) licensing agent for its hit TV series "Orphan Black."
DreamWorks Animation will make its first official foray into the retail space with the launch of DreamPlace this holiday season.
MTV and Aloft Hotels have launched an Asia Pacific edition of the talent show competition “Project Aloft Star.”
Imira Entertainment has taken worldwide distribution rights (excluding Austria and China) for the live-action series "Austrian Tom Turbo" (188 x 26).
Turner Broadcasting System will add Cartoon Network to Southwest Airlines' inflight entertainment portal, which streams free live television programming to passengers compliments of Dish.
4K Media is gearing up for a major release. Its Yu-Gi-Oh! property, which is based on the trading card game, is currently in development for a feature-length film.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has announced U.K broadcast and toy partners for its kids’ CGI comedy adventure series, “Super 4,” inspired by the toy brand from Playmobil.
Nickelodeon has partnered with Nice Events to produce its third year of the family friendly music festival in Australia, Slimefest.
BBC Worldwide has tapped Dreamtex for a new range of bedding and home accessories featuring its TV drama “Sherlock” in the U.K.
MarVista Entertainment is expanding its distribution capabilities to sell its original and acquired content to digital platforms throughout North America.
Lionsgate and online commerce company Alibaba Group have joined forces to launch a subscription TV and movie streaming service for mainland China.
BabyFirst has debuted a new two-hour daily programming block called Preschool Basics.
Ravensburger has signed on to create puzzles and jigsaws for the CBeebies preschool series “Woolly and Tig.”
Amid much speculation, Scottish actor Peter Capaldi was unveiled as the next Doctor Who.
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