As Saban Brands celebrates its fifth anniversary, the company has grown from one iconic franchise to 11 brands and approaching $1 billion in retail sales worldwide.
To celebrate the 70th anniversary of "Thomas & Friends," Mattel and the mobile platform Speakaboos will offer free interactive stories for Android devices.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has appointed David Miller to the newly created role of vice president of digital games.
BBC Worldwide has appointed Jasnor as the master toy licensee for “Hey Duggee” in Australia and New Zealand.
The Pokémon Company International has signed four new licensees in the U.K. and Eire across several categories.
Production studio STX Entertainment has launched a new family and animation division and the first property it will develop will be Pretty Ugly's Uglydoll character.
Entertainment One Licensing has extended its partnership with Character Options in a new deal that will see the company develop Peppa Pig construction toys.
Mystery and suspense network Investigation Discovery is bringing its storytelling to newsstands this summer in a new line of true-crime special reports.
Lawless Entertainment has been appointed as worldwide representative for television co-production and distribution of Blabla Kids.
Disney Consumer Products has unveiled a lineup of product partners for the new Marvel Netflix series, "Daredevil."
Sprout has greenlit "The Ollie & Moon Show," which will join the preschool network's schedule in 2017.
Cupcake Digital and FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment have released a new app based on “Tree Fu Tom.”
Rocket Licensing has tapped C&M Licensing to develop a range of Q Pootle 5 apparel in the U.K. and Ireland.
NBCUniversal has signed four new licensees for “The Biggest Loser” for a variety of products designed to reinforce the healthy living franchise.
An exclusive look inside House of Harlow 1960 and how Nicole Richie is expanding the brand across categories and around the world.
Sony and Titan Merchandise have announced plans for a line of Breaking Bad vinyl figures.
FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment is partnering with the CBBC network to bring back “the world’s greatest secret agent,” Danger Mouse.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products, on behalf of DC Entertainment, has teamed with Party City Holdings in the U.S. and Canada for a new collection of party goods.
Studio 100 Media has sold two of its key animation shows to Poland.
The U.K.-based Acamar Films has expanded its team, adding Bethan Garton as head of licensing and Emma Read as brand manager.
Coolabi has started production on its brand new stop-motion animated series for 8- to 10-year-olds, “Scream Street” (52 x 11), with co-production partner Factory TM.
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