As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
The Copyrights Group Limited has appointed The Joester Loria Group to represent The Snowman brand in the U.S. and Canada.
Silvergate Media has inked a deal with Immediate Media to publish a standalone Peter Rabbit magazine.
Warner Bros. will return to BLE this year with a licensing lineup of heroic proportions, highlighted by new offerings for DC Comics.
Entertainment One has appointed Character Options as the master toy partner for Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom in the U.K.
Dark Horse has added to its line of Game of Thrones collectible figures, created in partnership with HBO Global Licensing.
FruitVeb in Hungary has teamed with LazyTown for this year’s campaign to promote healthy eating.
Rainbow and its first television partner, RAI, sponsored a 10th Anniversary celebration for the popular girl’s franchise, Winx Club.
DreamWorks Animation’s chief executive officer, Jeffrey Katzenberg, was recognized as Personality of the Year earlier this week during MIPCOM television market.
Two prominent brand licensing execs from Viacom International Media Networks and Mattel delivered the closing keynote on day one of MIP Junior, focusing on the success of two very different and diverse franchises.
Saban’s “Power Rangers Megaforce” is celebrating the Halloween season with a variety of activities throughout the month including safety videos, events and appearances.
DHX Media has secured a series of video-on-demand deals for its kids shows.
Saban Brands' kids TV block on the CW, Vortexx, is starting a three-week "WWE Saturday Morning Slam" special this Saturday.
Brandgenuity has launched the merchandising program for FX’s animated adult spy series “Archer,” now in its fourth season.
Cypriot content distributor and licensing agency Brights, is expanding its reach through a series of new deals.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has announced plans to release a collector’s edition of Insight Editions’ Fringe: September’s Notebook.
Italy’s RAI network has picked up season two of V&S Entertainment preschool animated series “Everything’s Rosie.”
DQ Entertainment has announced two new co-production partnerships with ZDF Enterprises and Rollman Entertainment.
MGA Entertainment has teamed with Corus Entertainment to bring the new animated series “Lalaloopsy” to Canada.
Hub Network has announced plans to add two new series–“SheZow” and “Wizards vs Aliens”–beginning June 1.
The Fred Rogers Company has named Simon & Schuster as the master publishing partner “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.”
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