As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Hoho Rights and Haven Licensing have added new licensees in Australia and New Zealand for the preschool property Cloudbabies.
Imira Entertainment has sold = “Lucky Fred” to Spanish broadcaster Atresmedia Television for its children’s entertainment segment–Neox Kidz.
Saban Brands has signed on to manage the distribution and licensing of Nottingham Forest’s “Sendokai Champions” in North America and Israel.
Nickelodeon U.K. is taking the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' fighting vehicle, the Shellraiser, on the road to 10 ASDA stores this month.
The Miss Universe Organization has partnered with BeyondWear for Miss Universe, Miss USA and Miss Teen USA lingerie.
Bif Bang Pow! and Broadway Video Entertainment are teaming up for a range of "Saturday Night Live" collectibles.
NBCUniversal has tapped Lion Forge Comics to develop digital comics based on some of its TV shows from the 1980s and ’90s.
Hasbro has teamed up with Egmont Media to release an interactive storybook app based on the “Transformers Prime” TV series.
Discovery Communications has teamed up with Card.com for a range of prepaid debit cards featuring top Discovery Channel series.
Fox International Channels Latin America and Fox Consumer Products are teaming up to offer promotional rights in Latin America.
Space Enterprises preschool series “The Hive” has been picked up by a number of new broadcasters.
CafePress has launched the official online store for Cartoon Network’s animated series “Annoying Orange.”
Sesame Workshop has signed on as an official affiliate of Team USA and the U.S. Olympic Committee for the Sochi Olympics.
Planeta Junior Italy has announced a new deal with the Nestle Group for Jungle Book-branded chocolate Easter eggs
Planeta Junior Italy has announced a new partnership with the Nestle Group for chocolate Easter eggs featuring the new TV series “Maya the Bee.”
More than 250 global licensees are on board as Studio 100’s new CGI children’s series “Maya the Bee” begins to roll out internationally.
Fisher-Price’s line of toys featuring Silvergate Media’s preschool series “Octonauts” is arriving at stores in the U.S. this month.
McFarlane Toys has released a third action figure line for AMC’s “The Walking Dead.”
Immediate Media has made its Doctor Who Adventures magazine available to kids around the world with the launch a new iOS app.
To celebrate the European TV launch and upcoming toy rollout of its new preschool property Mike the Knight, HIT Entertainment embraced the plummeting temperatures at the Nuremberg Toy Fair and set up an ice display.
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