An exclusive look at how Disney Consumer Products is leveraging new content to capture a greater share of the lucrative boys’ market worldwide.
Disney Interactive and Disney Channel have teamed with Little Orbit to develop video games based on Planes: Fire & Rescue and the tween telenovela “Violetta.”
Corus Entertainment’s Nelvana Enterprises has teamed with Sunwing Vacations to send some of its characters to resorts in the Caribbean and Central America.
Genius Brands International is broadening the reach of the Warren Buffett’s Secret Millionaires Club brand with a new e-commerce site.
Bandai Namco Games Europe is planning a new video game for Nintendo 3DS based on Viz Media’s anime property, Tenkai Knights.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has opened its first dedicated office in Asia and appointed Pinky David as vice president, Asia Pacific.
Cupcake Digital and Discovery Communications have unveiled the second kids’ app in their ongoing collaboration, this time featuring Discovery Kids.
A range of characters from children’s entertainment will be dropping by the White House in Washington, D.C., this week for the annual Easter Egg Roll.
NBCUniversal has launched an original video programming initiative that will be featured across its digital platforms.
MTV has signed an international licensing deal with U.K. software service MyBrandEmail for MTV-themed e-mail addresses.
VIMN South has appointed Andrea Castellari senior vice president and general manager of Viacom International Media Networks Italy, Middle East and Turkey.
Knockout Licensing has signed a trio of licensees for “Downton Abbey” for collectible and heirloom-quality products.
Big Time Rush, the band that stars in the Nickelodeon series of the same name, will release their third studio album.
Condé Nast Entertainment is adding to its slate of original programming with new digital series inspired by Vogue and Wired.
Turner Broadcasting is planning the third season of its hit series “LazyTown.”
Creativity International has teamed up with Tesco in the U.K. to feature Mister Maker craft packs.
Nelvana Enterprises and d-rights have teamed up with Burger King to launch a second Beyblade kids’ meal promotion.
BBC Worldwide has announced a master toy licensee and new publishing partners for its preschool series “Sarah & Duck.”
Nickelodeon is letting fans build their own Bikini Bottom in the new city building game app, “SpongeBob Moves In.”
Dialectyx Solutions is planning a new online educational program based on the Sony's “Dragons’ Den.”
Nerd Corps Entertainment is continuing its push for its boys’ action property Slugterra.
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