Multi-channel network Maker Studios is quickly making a name for itself. Now as it further aligns with Disney and has named a dedicated head of licensing, even bigger things are on the horizon.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has given a sneak peek of new levels in the upcoming "LEGO Dimensions" video game that will feature "The Simpsons."
South Africa’s Sunrise Productions has launched a new children’s mobile game inspired by its non-verbal animated series "Jungle Beat."
DHX Brands is collaborating with Jo Jingles, which develops preschool music and movement classes in the U.K., to create an "In the Night Garden" activity program.
BBC Worldwide is launching "The Sooty Show" in ANZ with the appointment of a regional licensing agent, as well as product and broadcast partners.
Snapper Productions has tapped WDR Media Group to act as "Q Pootle 5's" licensing agent in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Cartoon Network has launched “Gumball Sky Streaker,” a new mobile app based on the animated family sitcom "The Amazing World of Gumball."
Corus Entertainment’s Nelvana has added six new licensing partners for its series "Little Charmers," produced in partnership with Spin Master.
De Agostini Editore has picked up the exclusive rights to 600 episodes of DreamWorks Animation television content for its DeAKids channel in Italy.
DHX Media signed a string of broadcast deals for its preschool series "Twirlywoos" that will see the show travel to France, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Israel and Canada.
Comedian, actor and TV presenter Alexander Armstrong will host the 2015 Licensing Awards, which will take place Sept. 15 in London.
Coolabi has recently appointed two new licensing agents for its Poppy Cat brand–Firefly Brand Management in the U.S. and El Ocho in Spain.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products, on behalf of DC Entertainment, has teamed up with Aquarius to create DC Comics-based board games.
Technicolor, Nerd Corps Entertainment and A Stark Production have finalized a partnership deal for a new CG-animated series, "The Deep."
The Japanese brand Rilakkuma will come to life at FAO Schwarz in New York City Oct. 11 as the brand makes its way to North America.
Cartoon Network has inked a deal with Penguin Young Readers Group to launch a publishing imprint under its name in summer 2015.
Discovery Communications and Hasbro will re-brand the jointly owned The Hub Network as Discovery Family Channel.
Genius Brands International has sold its children's series “Thomas Edison's Secret Lab” and "Warren Buffett's Secret Millionaires Club” to Discovery Kids Asia.
Vidorra Group has signed an agreement with Zinkia Entertainment to manage and expand the preschool brand Pocoyo's licensing program in the U.S. and Canada.
International media organization and IP owner Coolabi Group will showcase its robust roster of brands at BLE this week, and unveil new "Clangers" characters.
FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment has signed a number of new deals for its superhero preschool series "Tree Fu Tom."
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