What started as a small TV production business has now grown into one of the world’s largest independent family entertainment companies with a major position in live action and kids’ animation.
Children’s entertainment company SLR Productions is celebrating its 10th year this month.
Nickelodeon has picked up 40 episodes of the game show “Go Viral” (working title) from Ryan Seacrest Productions.
Nickelodeon U.K. has picked up Rainbow’s girls’ series “Mia and me” for broadcast in the U.K. and Ireland.
On Nov. 8, the U.K.’s Channel 5 named the greatest kids’ TV shows from the past 60 years, with many licensed brands finding their way onto the list.
Feld Motor Sports and Fox Sports have signed a five-year agreement to broadcast Feld’s motor sports stadium and arena events.
Sprout has announced plans to add the new recurring segment “Dial Darryl” to its preschool series, “The Sunny Side Up Show.”
Studio 100 Film made a slew of sales for two of its upcoming feature-length films during its debut appearance at ARM this week.
Tommy Bahama has inked a new deal with Oriental Weavers to create multiple collections of indoor and outdoor area rugs.
NECA has partnered with 343 Industries for a new global merchandise program featuring the “Halo” video game franchise.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer has added another new licensee as it gears up for the 50th anniversary in 2014.
kaboom! Entertainment is bringing Echo Media’s "Toopy and Binoo” and Brain Power Studio’s “Fuzzy Tales” to DVD later this year.
Campbell Soup Company and Green Mountain Coffee Roasters have partnered to create a line of soups that can be prepared in Keurig coffee machines.
VIMN re-launched the youth entertainment channel MTV in Russia Tuesday as a fully owned and operated Viacom channel.
Disney Consumer Products is fully stocked for Halloween with a wide array of Disney, Marvel and Star Wars character costumes.
A new collection of more than 150 products for the Bollywood superhero film Krrish 3 launched Tuesday in Mumbai, India.
FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment has increased the European reach of its preschool series “Tree Fu Tom.”
Cake has sold season one of Coolabi’s “Poppy Cat” to the kids’ channel KiKA for all German-speaking territories.
Fremantle is marking the 30th anniversary of the movie The Wind In the Willows by seeking new licensees for the classic property.
Feld Entertainment has unveiled the first details about its upcoming live action arena event “Marvel Universe LIVE!.”
The Licensing Company has brokered a new deal between Jelly Belly and Rivermill for a line of branded milkshakes and jellies.
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