With an aggressive new growth strategy, NFLPI is looking to score big in brand licensing as it looks beyond traditional products to drive retail sales.
Merchantwise has been appointed by ITV Studios Global Entertainment to manage the licensing program of the new “Thunderbirds Are Go!” TV series in Australia.
Shwings and Things has signed a deal with Hasbro's My Little Pony for a line of shoe accessories.
Brandgenuity is shifting the licensing for Gas Monkey Garage (home to the hit Discovery show “Fast ‘N Loud”) into high gear with the addition of four new partners.
Platinum Films' "Matt Hatter Chronicles" has strengthened its foothold in the Middle East, with a new multi-territory, three-season deal with Cartoon Network.
Knockout Licensing has brokered a deal with Opry Entertainment Group to create merchandise for the television show "Nashville" for the Grand Ole Opry.
Viacom International Media Networks has appointed Ananey as its new consumer products agent in Israel.
Jetpack Distribution will represent TV and licensing rights for Guru Studio’s preschool show “Justin Time” across Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Lionsgate has teamed up Sony DADC's relentlessGENERATOR to launch an official e-commerce destination for the Netflix series, "Orange is the New Black."
OuiDO! Productions is producing an all-new TV series based on the Japanese brand Monchhichi and the company has tapped PGS to represent the show for distribution.
Brain Power Studio has partnered with Rollman Entertainment and Go Girl Media to co-produce “Trashionista,” a new, original live-action teen/tween series.
Little Airplane Productions has teamed up with Animal Magic to bring the Small Potatoes characters to a range of customizable plush.
DQ Entertainment has signed a slew of distribution deals for its kids’ shows including “The Jungle Book,” “Robin Hood” and “Peter Pan.”
Madam Events is bringing the BBC Worldwide adaptation of the series “Charlie and Lola” to Kent, England, this December.
WWE Studios and Film Roman are pairing to co-produce a series of animated webisodes.
ZeptoLab UK and CITV are bringing a series of animated short films based on the game app “Cut the Rope” to TV in the U.K.
The Winterthur Museum Garden & Library in Delaware will play host to Downton’s Abbey’s Crawleys, or a least some of their clothes, in 2014 and 2015.
The Paley Center for Media in California has partnered with CBS Consumer Products for a Star Trek gallery exhibition.
Disney Store is getting a jump-start on Black Friday shopping with the launch of its Magical Week Sale beginning today.
The first official “Cloudbabies” app, created by Studio Liddell under license from Hoho Entertainment, is now available.
BRB Internacional is showcasing two of its new series this week at Asia TV Forum in Singapore.
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