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European animation studio Rainbow has a launched new family attraction, the Rainbow Cartoon Lab, which shows children how an illustrated series is developed.
Genius Brands International has appointed Jason Brumbaugh to the newly created position of vice president of digital.
Clipper Corp. has signed a licensing agreement with production company Notional to create a collection of kitchen products inspired by the cooking competition series "Chopped."
Disguise has renewed its agreement with Disney Consumer Products for Halloween costumes and accessories based on top Disney properties.
Animation company Toonz Entertainment is setting up a dedicated subsidiary office in Auckland, New Zealand.
FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment has sold more than 68 hours of programming to the SVOD service Amazon Prime Instant Video U.K.
Sony Computer Entertainment and Sony Network Entertainment International are combining their PlayStationNetwork and Sony Entertainment Network platforms.
The Asian media company CJ E&M has created a new animation business division, and simultaneously launched the animated TV series "Robot Trains RT."
TAT Productions and Master Films’ "The Jungle Bunch to the Rescue!" is continuing its global safari with new broadcast deals in several Asian territories.
Henson Independent Properties has concluded a number of broadcast and digital sales for the preschool series "Lily’s Driftwood Bay."
Amazon’s European TV and film service LOVEFiLM has bolstered its selection of kids' content with the addition of iconic TV shows.
IDW Publishing is expanding its micro comic fun packs with a set of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles collectibles, under license from Nickelodeon.
Technicolor has optioned the rights from Fun Crew to develop and produce the 2D digital animated children’s series, “Cosmo, Bud & Boo.”
Fisher-Price, a subsidiary of Mattel, has tapped Neat-Oh! to develop a new storage product for the Thomas & Friends Wooden Railway track system.
Since the 1990s, The LEGO Group has also focused on building its licensed toy categories brick by brick.
Coolabi is celebrating the 40th anniversary of its heritage brand Bagpuss with a raft of new licensed product deals.
Discovery Communications is displaying new product for the Discovery Kids, TLC, Animal Planet and Discovery Channel brands at Toy Fair this week.
Hasbro unveiled a re-imagined line of Transformers toys at New York Toy Fair this week and announced a raft of licensees for the brand.
Ubisoft has inked a new deal with Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing to bring the video game character the Rabbids to a full line of books.
Temple Street Productions has named Jcorp as the Canadian apparel licensee for the tween drama “The Next Step.”
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