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Super Bowl XLIX will draw an estimated 184 million viewers this year, according to the National Retail Federation.
Russian animated series "Masha and the Bear" is gaining ground in Italy with new broadcast deals and licensed product.
Brazilian Customs authorities, working in tandem with licensor Entertainment One, seized an estimated 1 million counterfeit Peppa Pig toys at ports across the country Monday.
Nickelodeon characters took over Sydney, Australia’s Hyde Park Sunday to host the official Summer Playground in honor of Australia Day.
FremantleMedia has increased its stake in Europe's No. 1 multi-channel network Divimove, making Fremantle the majority shareholder.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has partnered with the LEGO Group to develop the first-ever collection of LEGO building sets for the classic Scooby-Doo franchise.
Sequential Brands Group has partnered with television and online retailer HSN to offer The Franklin Mint branded collectible and memorabilia products to consumers.
Knockout Licensing has established a core of inaugural licensees for Sony Pictures Television's TV series, "Outlander."
Fans, fashionistas and memorabilia collectors can now take home an authentic piece of HBO's "Boardwalk Empire," which ended its five-year run in November.
The Coop has released a new line of pet gear featuring Cartoon Network's animated series "Adventure Time."
Nerd Corps Entertainment has struck two new deals that will see its boys’ series “Slugterra” air in Germany and Malaysia.
Spin Master is added characters from DreamWorks Animation and the world of Pokémon to its Ionix construction system.
Saban has signed a global publishing deal with Random House Children's Books for its Julius Jr. preschool property.
Viacom International Media Networks has launched two new localized versions of its Paramount Channel in Russia and Hungary.
NBCUniversal has named Nidia Caceros Kilde as vice president of communications.
“The Furchester Hotel,” the new =series from CBeebies and Sesame Workshop, has begun filming at BBC Children's home in Salford.
For the first time, home entertainment titles from Fox International’s BabyTV channel are available at retail in China.
Striker Entertainment has tapped Next Games to create a mobile game based on the AMC’s zombie drama series “The Walking Dead.”
Fuhu, creator of the Nabi Android tablet, and BabyFirst teamed up to co-produce the original animated series “Albert & Junior.”
Meyer Corporation is adding to its line of Cake Boss-branded baking products with a new range designed for kids.
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