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.
Celebrity interior designer and TV personality Jennifer Adams is expanding into fabric.
DHX Media has acquired Ragdoll Worldwide from BBC Worldwide for £17.4 million (approximately $27.7 million).
Established Brands has brokered three new U.S. deals for Zodiak Kids’ Tickety Toc for party goods, cake decorations and costumes.
Felix the Cat Creations has appointed Kaynak Licensing Company to represent the silent film era cartoon character in Turkey.
Canadian fashion brand RW&CO. has teamed up with actor Hayden Christensen for a menswear capsule collection.
Nurture Rights has teamed up with London’s Natural History Museum to turn the book Dinosaur Roar! into an interactive preschool property.
Nickelodeon is taking over New York City this week in the lead up to its 10th annual Worldwide Day of Play Saturday.
Santoro has added to the roster for its art brand Gorjuss with the continuation of its apparel partnership with Benetton.
Producer David Heyman and Studiocanal unveiled a star‐studded cast for the upcoming movie Paddington.
Little Pim, the foreign language program for young children has launched a special edition product line exclusively at Toys ‘R’ Us.
To celebrate the launch of the Monopoly Cat token, Hasbro's new game piece has been touring London.
Saban Brands’ Paul Frank is planning a Julius-themed art show that will take place in Los Angeles, in August.
TV host and author Wendy Williams has launched a wig line in collaboration with Specialty Commerce Direct.
Guillaume Soutter, co-founder of PGS Entertainment, has created a new company in Hong Kong.
FremantleMedia North America has promoted David Luner to a newly created position in franchise management.
Zodiak Kids and P2 Entertainment have launched the first-ever Mister Maker app for iOS devices.
Toys ‘R’ Us is planning to open more than 100 new stores by the end of this year, a large number of which will be in China.
Sony Pictures Consumer Products has lined up a roster of domestic and international licensees for The Mortal Instruments film.
Saban Brands’ Power Rangers are in full force for the back-to-school season with plans for a mall tour in the U.K.
Studio 100’s “Maya the Bee” animated series has been picked up by CTV in the Czech Republic.
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