As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
VeggieTales is appearing under the DreamWorks Animation umbrella for the first time at Licensing Expo, with big plans for its 20th.
FremantleMedia has signed new broadcast and licensing deals in Australia and New Zealand for Tree Fu Tom.
Cartoon Network is showcasing a full slate of licensing and retail partners for its top-rated series “Adventure Time.”
HBO Global Licensing and Brewery Ommegang have revealed the next brew in their line of “Game of Thrones”-themed beers.
CBS Consumer Products and Jewelry Television have created a new fashion jewelry collection inspired by the 1980’s soap opera “Dynasty.”
Discovery Enterprises International has unveiled an exclusive e-commerce platform for its TV channel DMAX in Germany.
American Greetings Properties is launching two new properties at Licensing Expo, taking place now in Las Vegas, Nev.
Cartoon Network is taking The Collectives TV series “The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange” to primetime.
Nickelodeon has named Cartwheel Kids as the master toy licensee for its animated preschool series “Peter Rabbit.”
Innovative Artists has been appointed as licensing agent for Sophia Grace and Rosie, the YouTube sensations popularized by the “Ellen” talk show.
Amazon Studios has greenlit a pilot for the original children’s series “Maker Shack Agency,” produced by Electus Studios.
41 Entertainment and Gaffney Global Licensing have signed two new licensees for Pac-Man in Australia and New Zealand.
CreaCon Group, creators of the “City of Friends” preschool series, has appointed media executive Harold Sletten as CEO.
41 Entertainment has appointed Zodiak Kids CP Paris to manage licensing for its PAC-MAN and the Ghostly Adventures in France.
C3 Entertainment is bringing “The New Three Stooges” cartoon series to DVD in the U.S and Canada.
V&S Entertainment has renewed deals with three apparel partners for its preschool property Everything’s Rosie.
Following BBC Worldwide’s restructure earlier this year, David Weiland, executive vice president for Western Europe, has unveiled his team.
DCD Publishing has signed on to represent William Banks-Blaney and his vintage clothing company WilliamVintage.
Zodiak Kids will serve as the French sub-agent for d-rights’ boys’ action property B-Daman Crossfire.
Ubisoft, publisher of games such as “Assassin’s Creed” and “Just Dance,” is bolstering its brand portfolio with the extension of the Rabbids franchise.
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