License! Global explores the opportunities and challenges of the Japanese licensed consumer product market.
Christine Thomas, senior licensing executive, Entertainment One U.K. is the first recipient of LIMA U.K.’s Rising Star Award 2014.
SmileyWorld has launched a new kids’ fashion line for Fall 2014, marking the brand’s first major release into the Chinese children’s apparel market.
Cartoon Network and the CN show “Looney Labs” are now part of the Fluxx card game roster.
Nerd Corps Entertainment has partnered with Cineplex to bring the children’s film Slugterra: Return of the Elementals to more than 50 theatres across Canada.
Showtime, CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Media Distribution will release a DVD set for the “Penny Dreadful” series on October 7.
Game makers USAopoly, under license from Hasbro, and Nickelodeon will release two Monopoly Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles board games this fall.
The producers of “Thunderbirds are Go” have released an exclusive image from the production of the brand-new series “Tracy Island.”
SEGA announces the release dates for its upcoming Sonic Boom video game series.
To promote the Marvel film Guardians of the Galaxy, customization company CafePress launched an extensive line of fan-generated apparel and consumer products.
License! Global, the official publication of Brand Licensing Europe, is calling for news for its exclusive Show Daily magazines.
DCD Publishing has negotiated a new deal with QVC for “Zalza 2–the Next Step.”
Warner Bros. Consumer Products is showcasing its myriad classic, heritage and television properties at New York Toy Fair this week.
Stan Lee’s Kids Universe has teamed up with Storypanda Digital Publishing to create interactive storybook apps.
McFarlane Toys has unveiled its new toy line based on Ubisoft’s “Rabbids” video game and the Nickelodeon TV Series, “Rabbids Invasion.”
Disney Consumer Products unveiled its upcoming boys’ product lines in a star-studded event at New York Toy Fair earlier this week.
The Ermenegildo Zegna Group has tapped the Marcolin Group to develop eyewear for two of its brands.
Outfit7 has won a lawsuit against China's NanJing oooo3d, which published counterfeit sequel apps to its Talking Tom franchise.
the National Education Association and Dr. Seuss Enterprises’ Read Across America campaign kicked off with the Cat-a-Van Reading Tour hiting the the road.
Stein Mart will open 10 new stores this year, marking the company's largest store expansion since 2007.
Bulldog Licensing has signed on to represent the CBBC kids’ drama “Wolfblood” for licensing in the U.K.
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