As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
CBS Consumer Products has partnered with Card.com for a new line of Star Trek-branded prepaid debit cards.
DC Thomson is reprinting a classic 1981 edition of The Beano after fans spotted Doctor Who reading it in a recent episode.
Warner Bros. and CBS Consumer Products for a limited edition collection of The Big Bang Theory/Star Trek merchandise.
Feld Entertainment is planning a new live show featuring characters from two of Disney Junior’s top shows.
The Jim Henson Company has announced a series of new licensees for the children’s series “Dinosaur Train” in Europe.
Namco Bandai Games Europe is returning Pac-Man to his roots with plans for a new video game.
The Topps Company and Mantic Games have joined forces to bring Mars Attacks to life as a tabletop war game.
The Fred Rogers Company has named Simon & Schuster as the master publishing partner “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.”
PBS Kids is moving HIT Entertainment’s “Thomas & Friends” to its daily schedule beginning this October.
Turner Broadcasting is planning the third season of its hit series “LazyTown.”
Discovery Communications has teamed up for Animal Planet pet products and kitchenware.
With a multi-platform methodology for content and merchandise, Disney Consumer Products is building a 365-day super franchise for decades to come for The Avengers.
Cartoon Network is taking The Collectives TV series “The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange” to primetime.
DHX Media’s Yo Gabba Gabba! and Vans are extending their existing partnership to launch a new line of toddler's and children's shoes.
VIMN has promoted Kerry Taylor to lead the MTV brand internationally and oversee non-music-related programming.
Entertainment One’s Peppa Pig was named Best Children’s Character at Spain’s Festival Internacional de Comunicación Infantil El Chupete.
HIT Entertainment and developer Funny Garbage have teamed up for the new app “Mike the Knight: Knight in Training Game Pack.”
DHX Media has inked a new deal with Canal+ to air its series “Monster Math Squad” in France, Monaco and Switzerland.
Fox licensees arrived in San Diego with a slew of products for properties including The Simpsons, Alien and Ice Age: Continental Drift.
Imira Entertainment has acquired the distribution rights for several features and series from Acció.
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