As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
FremantleMedia is launch a performing arts academy for young artists based on the “Indian Idol” reality show.
Nelvana Enterprises and d-rights have teamed up with Burger King to launch a second Beyblade kids’ meal promotion.
Viacom International Media Networks has made two new executive appointments for Nickelodeon.
Universal Orlando Resort is planning a new Springfield-themed area featuring The Simpsons this summer.
MTV Books has released an interactive e-book based on the MTV2 series “Guy Code.”
Hasbro Studios has tapped Shout! Factory to handle worldwide distribution of the movie My Little Pony Equestria Girls.
Zodiak Kids is bringing The Saddle Club to a trio of equestrian events in France this summer.
Nickelodeon has teamed up with the Middle East entertainment resort Atlantis, The Palm to feature SpongeBob SquarePants.
The U.S. Army is hopeing to reach 18- to 24-year-old recruits with a new branded content series on Fox.
Publisher IDW Limited is planning a new line of limited edition Star Trek books in partnership with CBS Consumer Products.
Panini has launched the first issue of the official Sendokai Champions magazine in Spain alongside collectible products.
The Winterthur Museum Garden & Library in Delaware will play host to Downton’s Abbey’s Crawleys, or a least some of their clothes, in 2014 and 2015.
The Paley Center for Media in California has partnered with CBS Consumer Products for a Star Trek gallery exhibition.
Disney Store is getting a jump-start on Black Friday shopping with the launch of its Magical Week Sale beginning today.
The first official “Cloudbabies” app, created by Studio Liddell under license from Hoho Entertainment, is now available.
BRB Internacional is showcasing two of its new series this week at Asia TV Forum in Singapore.
Zodiak Kids CP, Paris’ Saddle Club brand (a.k.a. Grand Galop) co-sponsored the French equestrian event, Salon du Cheval de Paris, Saturday.
Rocket is continuing to expand the licensing program for the hit BBC1 comedy “Mrs. Brown’s Boys.
Following a series of new TV sales, Chocolate Liberation Front has announced the release of a new app for its series “The Adventures of Figaro Pho.”
The Hispanic Information and Telecommunications Network is developing two new apps featuring Zinkia Entertainment’s Pocoyo.
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