As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Fox International’s BabyTV channel is expanding its publishing program with deals in Latin America and the U.K. and Ireland.
Nottingham Forest, worldwide agent for the TV series “Sendokai Champions” has signed two new back-to-school partners in Iberia.
The Extreme Sports Company has teamed up with the fashion brands Lucky Seven and Eat Ski Drink Sleep for youth lifestyle products.
Rainbow has added a slew of new licensing agents for its top brands including Winx Club, PopPixie, Huntik and Mia and me.
Condé Nast Entertainment has launched the new Vanity Fair video channel with original programming inspired by the magazine.
Zodiak Kids has inked a new deal with TCG for a line of wooden toys and activities featuring the Tickety Toc brand in North America.
HIT Entertainment and developer Funny Garbage have teamed up for the new app “Mike the Knight: Knight in Training Game Pack.”
The “Brainiac Live! Science Abuse” stage show has made its debut in London’s West End at the Palace Theatre.
Lakeland has launched a new line of Doctor Who-themed baking products, just in time for the brand’s 50th anniversary this fall.
A new reality series featuring the sports apparel brand Under Armour will make its debut this month on the Outdoor Channel.
Zodiak Kids and P2 Entertainment have launched the first-ever Mister Maker app for iOS devices.
Endemol North America has hired two new franchise managers to expand its brands in the region.
Shout! Factory and Hasbro Studios have signed a new distribution agreement for nine Hasbro classics.
The Hallmark Channel will debut a new original movie based on Scholastic’s book series, Dear Dumb Diary, Sept. 6.
Big Idea Entertainment has tapped Cupcake Digital to develop a series of apps featuring characters from VeggieTales.
Henson Independent Properties, a division of The Jim Henson Company, has acquired the sseries “Elias: Rescue Team Adventures.”
9 Story Enterprises has taken on worldwide distribution and licensing rights to “Haunted Tales for Wicked Kids.”
Imira Entertainment has sold seasons one and two of “Larva” to broadcasters in Europe and Latin America.
Zodiak Media's current group CEO, David Frank, will step down in mid-October and will be succeeded by Marc-Antoine d’Halluin.
Independent entertainment company Silvergate Media has launched its own TV distribution arm.
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