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The stars of the HGTV series "Property Brothers," twin brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott, are heading to QVC with a new line of backyard décor.
McDonald's is promoting Zodiak Kids’ children’s series “LoliRock” in France this month with a new Happy Meal offering.
The Trump Organization has launched a new fragrance collection for men exclusively at Macy's in the U.S., in partnership with licensee Parlux Fragrances.
Genius Brands International has announced that Margaret Loesch will join its board of directors.
The Jim Henson Company has teamed with the animation house Cyber Group Studios to co-finance and co-produce two new children’s series.
Novel Entertainment has teamed with P2 Entertainment to launch a new game app based on the CITV series "Horrid Henry."
Temple Street Productions has teamed with retailer Hot Topic for a fashion collection inspired by its conspiracy thriller “Orphan Black.”
Licensees are continuing to line up for ITV's reboot of the classic Gerry Anderson series "Thunderbirds."
Saban Brands has teamed with Frisky Nineteen to create a new line of kids’ footwear and accessories featuring "Power Rangers Dino Charge."
The Joester Loria Group has tapped Buffalo Games to develop games based on the the National Geographic Channel series “Brain Games.”
Endemol has acquired the international drama production company Artists Studio, which produces “The Fall.”
Studio 100 International has appointed two new licensing agents for its Maya the Bee brand in Latin America.
Viacom has appointed Maria Iregui as brand manager and senior vice president of programming and production for MTV Latin America.
Saban’s Power Rangers Megaforce is making its Irish debut at Smyths Toys Superstores this month in the third stop on the brand’s European retail tour.
Maker Studios Cartoonium online channel is featuring Funny Face Fridays, with a new cartoon based on the Pillsbury powdered drink from the ‘60s and ‘70s.
Viacom International Media Networks Asia is collaborating with SMIT to launch the online edutainment platform My Nick Jr. in China.
The Jim Henson Company has launched an app based on its new animated preschool series “Doozers,” to coincide with the show’s premiere on Hulu Kids.
National Geographic has partnered with Live Prepared to launch a line of preparedness products for natural disasters and unexpected events.
Fans of “Dexter” can still make the serial killer a part of their every day life with a personalized e-mail address from MyBrandEmail.
CBS Consumer Products has unveiled the first licensing partners for the new Showtime series “Penny Dreadful.”
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