As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
DQ Entertainment has signed a slew of new licensing deals for its kids’ properties including “Jungle Book” and “Peter Pan.”
Just Promotions has renewed its contract with Hit Entertainment for Thomas & Friends live events in Australia and New Zealand.
Mind Candy will support the charity BBC Children in Need with a series of cross-promotional activities in the U.K.
Turner CN Enterprises and Spanish toy company Famosa have released the new Boing kids’ tablet in Spain.
Discovery Enterprises International has rolled out its first Discovery Explore Your World toy range in the U.K. and Ireland.
Family-owned French winery Grands Vins de Bordeaux has released a new line of vino inspired by the ITV period drama “Downton Abbey.”
The Jim Henson Company has partnered with children’s app developer PlayTales to create an app for “Fraggle Rock.”
Nickelodeon has signed to bring Random House’s first book-to-screen TV series “Wanda and the Alien” to Nickelodeon internationally.
BBC is bringing back the classic animated preschool show “Clangers” after 45 years.
PGS Entertainment has been appointed as the distribution partner for Method Animation and Morgen Studios’ new Playmobil-inspired series, “Super Four.”
Lawless Entertainment, representative for the kids’ series “The Wompkees,” has negotiated a new publishing deal for the brand.
DHX Media has signed a raft of licensing deals for several of its kids’ properties, including Caillou and Space Invaders.
Entertainment One has appointed Fisher-Price as the master toy partner for Peppa Pig in Canada.
The Fred Rogers Company, Out of the Blue Enterprises and PBS Kids have fast-tracked plans for a toy range based on the series “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.”
Nickelodeon has announced two new deals for its top properties including an extension of its partnership with Crayola.
Spin Master Entertainment is planning the new series, “Tenkai Knights,” which will air on Cartoon Network.
Hasbro has teamed up with Egmont Media to release an interactive storybook app based on the “Transformers Prime” TV series.
Showtime and CBS Consumer Products are introducing a large array of new merchandise in celebration of the final season of “Dexter.”
Alloy Entertainment, a division of Warner Bros., has tapped Vintage Books Publisher for mystery series inspired by “Veronica Mars.”
Turner CN Enterprises and D3Publisher are planning two new video games for “Adventure Time” and “Regular Show.”
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