As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
PlaySquare has announced a new partnership with producer Curious Pictures for its Touchable Television software for tablets.
4Licensing is launching the licensing program for the new animated series “Rocket Monkeys,” which currently airs on Nickelodeon globally.
Mattel and FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment have greenlit a second season of their action-comedy series “Max Steel.”
Discovery Communications has completed its acquisition of the SBS Nordic operations of ProSiebenSat.1 Group.
Guru Studio has sold season two of its hit preschool series “Justin Time” (26 x 11) to Latin American preschool network, Discovery Kids.
Home Plate Entertainment’s “Rob Dyrdek’s Wild Grinders” has been greenlit for a second season by Nicktoons and been sold in Europe and Latin America.
Studio 100 Media taking the international TV rights to Molly & The Monsters’ preschool animated series “Molly Monster.”
ITV Studios Global Entertainment is launching three new second-screen apps for some of its top series this week at MIPTV.
Entertainment One Family has announced a number of broadcast deals for several of its children’s shows.
Lagardère Active’s TV division has picked up Vodka’s new kids’ series “Bugsted” for both its Gulli and Canal J channels.
Nickelodeon has partnered with Village Roadshow Theme Parks to extend its family offering at the water park, Wet’n’Wild Sydney in Australia.
Rovio Entertainment has announced an innovative distribution plan for its new animated series, “Angry Birds Toons,” which will be integrated into its game apps in addition to airing on traditional TV and video-on-demand networks.
The U.K.'s Channel 5 has announced plans to air Viacom's preschool series, “Bubble Guppies” with Nickelodeon planning a product roll out this fall.
Viacom International Media Networks Asia has renewed its strategic alliance with Global TV in Indonesia and appointed a new licensing agent in the country.
Stan Lee Comics has announced plans to offer “Stan Lee’s Mighty 7” as a movie trilogy at MipTV this April.
The Jim Henson Company has finalized multiple international sales for “Dinosaur Train” and “Sid the Science Kid.”
Fisher-Price is returning to its roots with a new line of wooden toys featuring HIT Entertainment's Thomas & Friends.
Saban Brand's new animated preschool series "Julius Jr.," will air on Nick Jr. in the U.S., Australia and New Zealand this year.
Cartoon Network Enterprises is teaming up with Threadless for a t-shirt challenge inspired by its animated series “Regular Show.”
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