As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Nickelodeon & Viacom Consumer Products has signed its first-ever publishing deal in Kazakhstan.
Creativity International has teamed up with Tesco in the U.K. to feature Mister Maker craft packs.
Viacom International Media Networks has promoted Lisa Silverman Meyers to SVP of operations and business planning for NVCP.
CBS Consumer Products has made first contact in Brazil, Germany, Japan and the U.K. with a series of Star Trek e-commerce sites.
Disney has announced plans for a new Star Wars TV show, “Star Wars Rebels,” scheduled to premiere in fall 2014.
VIZ Media has become the North American master licensee for the anime series “K.”
Evolution is developing two new licensing programs for Monster In My Pocket and Life and Adventures of Santa Claus.
Iron Chef America has launched a new line of home meal kids inspired by the hit Food Network series.
Guru Studio and its publishing partner Immedium have released a second book based on the preschool series “Justin Time.”
Cartoon Network Enterprises has appointed Haven Licensing to represent is brands in Australia and New Zealand.
Sprout's newest series, "The Chica Show," will also appear on the NBC Kids Saturday morning lineup beginning this Saturday.
FremantleMedia has announced a number of new licensees for its TV and fashion brands in France.
The storybook subscription service Speakaboos, has announced partnerships with a number of leading children’s content creators.
Sesame Workshop has teamed up with Publications International to offer a themed collection of recipes on the iCookbook app.
Saban Brands has teamed with the on demand TV network Kabillion to launch a VOD channel for its programming block Vortexx.
BBC Worldwide opened the first-ever Doctor Who pop-up shop in Sydney, Australia, Thursday.
DC Thomson is reprinting a classic 1981 edition of The Beano after fans spotted Doctor Who reading it in a recent episode.
DHX Media has sold three of its key kids’ shows to Belgian broadcaster VRT-Ketnet.
m4e has tapped Brand New Leisure to create a new 4D entertainment park concept featuring the girls’ show “Mia and me.”
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