As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Nerd Corps Entertainment has had a flurry of licensing activity in Central and South America for Slugterra.
JTMG has secured an apparel partnership with American Classics for the NBC series “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” and “Bates Motel.”
Brooke Burke-Charvet has partnered with fashion mogul Daniel Guez to launch the active apparel brand Caelum.
Zodiak Americas has re-branded its Zodiak USA division as Zodiak Los Angeles and appointed Tony Yates as CEO.
Celebrity chef and restaurateur Ming Tsai has unveiled his new collection of Simply Ming kitchen tools on HSN.
DHX Media, Walker Productions and Kindle Entertainment are creating a new TV series based on the Hank Zipzer books series.
Aadarsh has been tapped to represent the Swedish TV series “Heroes of the City” in India for merchandising and publishing.
Knockout Licensing has added to the roster for “Downton Abbey” in a new deal with Weeks Roses to breed roses inspired by the TV series.
Zodiak Kids has signed a series of new partners for the Mister Maker brand in the U.K.
German channel KIKA has picked up Animaccord Animation Studios’ “Masha and the Bear.”
Turner CN Enterprises has partnered with Ilyas & Mustafa Galadari Group to create a new Cartoon Network theme park experience in the Middle East.
The Jim Henson Company has teamed up with the mobile company Mindshapes to create a series of apps for its top properties.
Nickelodeon Global Publishing has inked a series of new deals with Panini for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles magazines, books and novelty items in Europe and Latin America.
The Joy Tashjian Marketing Group has launched the licensing program for the new A+E series, “Bates Motel.”
Mezco Toys has announced plans for a range of toys and vehicles based on the 1960's classic “Batman” TV series.
4Licensing is launching the licensing program for the new animated series “Rocket Monkeys,” which currently airs on Nickelodeon globally.
Cartoon Network Enterprises has teamed up with D3Publisher for a series of video games based on its animated comedy “Regular Show.”
Toys 'R' Us will be the first retailer in the U.S. to offer Fisher-Price's new assortment of toys for the hit preschool series "Octonauts."
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has tapped Margaret Weis Productions to create a series of role-playing games based on the TV series, "Firefly."
Sprout has unveiled the details of its new programming slate, which includes the addition of a new game show program.
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