It doesn’t get much more powerful than a Marvel superhero, and the company is capitalizing on that brand strength with a new strategy.
Independent television company, MarVista Entertainment, will distribute two Hallmark Channel original movies, “ When Sparks Fly” and “The Nine Lives of Christmas” this year.
Hollister and “Pretty Little Liars” star Lucy Hale will release a limited-edition capsule collection on August 8.
NFL Players Inc. and Panini America has signed an exclusive agreement that will make Panini the sole manufacturer of NFLPA-licensed trading cards and stickers.
Children’s animated series “Finley the Fire Engine” will have its U.S. premiere on iTunes.
Vancouver-based Big Bad Boo Studios struck a deal with Kingston-based TV Jamaica to air the children’s television series “1001 Nights.”
Splash Entertainment has carried out a number of key licensing, merchandising and DVD deals for its hit international animated series "Chloe’s Closet."
CBS Consumer Products and Poppy, the Young Readers imprint of Little, Brown Books, will release the full-length novel based on The CW's “Reign” series.
TV Tokyo has announced a licensing agreement, giving Chinese game platform Shenzhen iDreamSky Technology permission to create mobile games for China and other Asian territories.
The 45th anniversary season of “Sesame Street” will premiere September 15 on PBS Kids.
Showtime, CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Media Distribution will release a DVD set for the “Penny Dreadful” series on October 7.
Univision Communications has cooked up a new deal with Gibson Overseas and HSN for Ingrid Hoffmann kitchenware.
DHX Media has secured a host of new programming sales across multiple platforms in Canada.
Full episodes of "Thomas & Friends" are now available on the PBS Kids website and video app.
Diesel has launched a new DC Comics Super Heroes intimate collection for men in Europe in collaboration with Warner Bros.
Discovery Communications has launched a new program based on the Discovery Channel TV series “Moonshiners.”
PBS Kids and Whole Foods Market have partnered to offer families tools to support healthy eating.
41 Entertainment has secured new licensees in Mexico and Latin America for Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures.
Immediate Media has launched the new BBC Tree Fu Tom magazine, based on the FremantleMedia kids’ series.
DHX Media has acquired Ragdoll Worldwide from BBC Worldwide for £17.4 million (approximately $27.7 million).
DHX Media, Walker Productions and Kindle Entertainment are creating a new TV series based on the Hank Zipzer books series.
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