An exclusive look at how Disney Consumer Products is leveraging new content to capture a greater share of the lucrative boys’ market worldwide.
BBC One has commissioned a new daytime game show based on the U.K. board game Linkee that will be distributed internationally by Warner Bros.
Striker Entertainment has tapped Next Games to create a mobile game based on the AMC’s zombie drama series “The Walking Dead.”
Ludorum has appointed Licensing Street as its U.S. licensing consultant for the preschool show “Chuggington.”
Skinnygirl, the brand from reality TV star Bethenny Frankel, has launched a new line of water enhancers at retailers across the U.S.
IDW Publishing is bringing of the most popular “Star Trek: The Original Series” episodes of all time into a new comic series.
Tervis has tapped into its inner ninja with a new line of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles insulated drinkware.
Giromax is celebrating the 10th anniversary of Peppa Pig with a new line of mini Clay Buddies kits.
Genius Brands International has elected entertainment industry veteran Anthony Thomopoulos to its board of directors.
Licensing agency Brandgenuity has signed six new licensees for the History channel’s Dark Ages drama “Vikings.”
AMC has tapped Sony DADC to launch and manage a new e-commerce site for "The Walking Dead" zombie drama.
Shine America has tapped Brand Central as the exclusive licensing agency for its series “MasterChef.”
HGTV and HSN have launched a new multi-year partnership that will see HGTV become the face of HSN’s outdoor living category.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products officially launched its Batman Classic Television Series licensing program.
Moonscoop has concluded a new broadcast deal for “Chloe’s Closet” to air on Channel 5’s Milkshake! in the U.K. this spring.
The Joy Tashjian Marketing Group has launched the licensing program for the new A+E series, “Bates Motel.”
Children’s TV producer Vodka has teamed up with Famosa for a line of soft toys featuring its Jelly Jam brand in Mexico.
Mattel and FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment have greenlit a second season of their action-comedy series “Max Steel.”
Netflix and Hasbro have expanded their existing agreement to make two more of Hasbro’s shows–“Littlest Pet Shop” and “Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters”–available to Netflix members in the U.S.
Viacom International Media Networks has announced a raft of new sales for its series in France.
CBS continued its series of live events based on the Next Top Model franchise with Sweden’s Next Top Model Live last weekend.
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