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.
German shoe retailer Deichmann is promoting Leomil’s collection of Mia and me girls’ shoes this spring.
Bif Bang Pow! and ZICA Toys have entered a creative partnership to produce a line of The Twilight Zone retro action figures.
Lawless Entertainment has been appointed as the worldwide representative for the Elaine Ryan Home Decorating Kit.
CandyRific has developed two new Christmas offerings feature The Elf on the Shelf.
Cartoon Network unveiled a lineup of new series for the upcoming season, as well as platform-specific original programming.
Fuhu, creator of the Nabi Android tablet, and BabyFirst teamed up to co-produce the original animated series “Albert & Junior.”
Rainbow and its co-production partner Lucky Punch have announced a raft of new broadcasting deals for “Mia and me.”
Guru Studio has made additional sales of its global preschool series “Justin Time” in Sweden, Switzerland, Croatia and Ukraine.
Ankama’s TV series “DOFUS: Kerub’s Bazaar” (52x13), based on the popular online role-playing game, has been picked up in Italy by K2.
Steve Madden has launched a new line of footwear and handbags from Kendall and Kylie Jenner, the younger sisters of the Kardashian clan.
Entertainment One Family has signed a new deal with Evy of California to develop a new line of Peppa Pig-themed apparel for girls.
Legoland Florida is expanding to include a new branded area featuring LEGO Legends of Chima.
Surfing lifestyle brand Hang Ten is refocusing its attention on the U.S. with a full portfolio of new products set to launch.
LIMA U.K. has announced a slate of top speakers and hot topics for its upcoming Licensing Essentials Course May 16.
Build-A-Bear Workshop and Hasbro have teamed up for the first-ever make-your-own My Little Pony event.
Nickelodeon has signed a raft of new distribution deals in Northern Europe for its top series such as “Dora the Explorer,” “Penguins of Madagascar,” “Big Time Rush” and “Kung Fu Panda.”
Design brand Lillipippins, which was a finalist in 2012’s License This! contest at Brand Licensing Europe, has signed two new greetings cards deals.
Guru Studio has sold season two of its hit preschool series “Justin Time” (26 x 11) to Latin American preschool network, Discovery Kids.
The Swedish Olympic committee has tapped the retailer H&M to dress the Swedish teams for the next two Olympics.
Viacom International Media Networks has announced a raft of new sales for its series in France.
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