A year in review and look ahead at the market Down Under. Editorial is provided by License! Global’s Australian content partner, The Bugg Report.
DreamWorks Animation is expanding its partnership with licensing agency Compañía Panamericana de Licencias to Brazil.
Dylan’s Candy Bar has launched a limited edition candy collection to celebrate the 75th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz.
Discovery Communications is planning a line of Keurig-compatible, single-serve coffee cups inspired by the TLC series, “Cake Boss.”
Nerd Corps Entertainment has partnered with Shout! Factory and Screenvision for a new feature film based on its TV series, “Slugterra.”
Viacom International Media Networks Asia is collaborating with SMIT to launch the online edutainment platform My Nick Jr. in China.
Hoho Rights has teamed with Immediate Media to launch a one-off magazine special featuring the CBeebies series “Cloudbabies.”
BBC Worldwide has made new senior hires across business development, legal and finance for its Asia division.
Clan TV in Spain has picked up Saban Brands’ animated series “Digimon Fusion.”
First Lady Michelle Obama will guest star on two Disney/ABC Television Group TV series in May.
“Tree Fu Tom,” produced by FremantleMedia Kids & Family, launched its second season in the U.S. on Sprout Tuesday.
WWE has added two new licensees following the success of “WrestleMania 29,” which was the highest grossing event in WWE history.
Mind Candy is celebrating the fifth anniversary of its Moshi Monsters brand with a party in London this week.
Nickelodeon is consolidating its presence in Central and Eastern Europe with localized channels in Serbia and Slovenia.
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment has partnered with country artist Lauren Alaina for the theme song for its newest attraction.
The Jim Henson Company has announced a series of new licensees for the children’s series “Dinosaur Train” in Europe.
The Tommy Hilfiger Group, a subsidiary of PVH, has launched a limited edition Surf Shack capsule collection.
Despicable Me 2 has arrived at Toys ‘R’ Us, with a full range of toys based on the upcoming film.
Universal Orlando Resort is planning a new Springfield-themed area featuring The Simpsons this summer.
Nickelodeon has launched a new Nick Shop at the Toys ‘R’ Us flagship in Times Square.
Animaccord Animation Studios has given Egmont International publishing rights to “Masha and The Bear.”
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