As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Vin Di Bona has made its collection of “America’s Funniest Home Videos” clips available for licensing.
Online kids’ world Bin Weevils has acquired the broadcast rights to seasons two and three of “My Little Pony” from Hasbro.
Channel 5 in the U.K. has picked up seasons three and four of Ideas at Work’s \“Olly the Little White Van.”
The cable TV network BabyFirst has appointed Brand Central as its exclusive licensing agency.
Extreme Sports Company has partnered with Vimto Soft Drinks for beverages under its Extreme lifestyle brand.
Coolabi has teamed up with Heroes for Kids for a new Poppy Cat e-shop featuring a range of merchandise.
Nickelodeon and Peavey Electronics have partnered for a line of musical instruments featuring the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Spin Master Entertainment is planning the new series, “Tenkai Knights,” which will air on Cartoon Network.
FremantleMedia has expanded its partnership with MDI Entertainment for branded lottery games in the U.S.
Nottingham Forest has partnered with Panini for collectibles featuring “Sendokai Champions.”
Nelvana Enterprises and d-rights have teamed up with Burger King to launch a second Beyblade kids’ meal promotion.
BBC Worldwide has announced a master toy licensee and new publishing partners for its preschool series “Sarah & Duck.”
Nickelodeon is letting fans build their own Bikini Bottom in the new city building game app, “SpongeBob Moves In.”
Dialectyx Solutions is planning a new online educational program based on the Sony's “Dragons’ Den.”
Nerd Corps Entertainment is continuing its push for its boys’ action property Slugterra.
App developer Tropisounds has created two new iOS apps featuring MGA Entertainment’s Lalaloopsy brand.
Bif Bang Pow! and Broadway Video Entertainment are teaming up for a range of "Saturday Night Live" collectibles.
Sonar Entertainment and James Patterson Entertainment have teamed up to adapt James Patterson’s book series Private for TV.
Mattel has announced plans to take its Max Steel superhero franchise global, beginning with the North American premiere of the animated series.
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