Warner Bros.’ Looney Tunes brand is harnessing its ‘take action’ message to extend its licensed and direct-to-retail food and beverage program around the globe.
Amid much speculation, Scottish actor Peter Capaldi was unveiled as the next Doctor Who.
C3 Entertainment has negotiated a new deal with Card.com for Monica Warhol Visa cards.
DHX Media and S2BN Entertainment have teamed up for the first-ever “Yo Gabba Gabba! Live!” holiday show.
Pedigree Books has released a new range of augmented reality annuals featuring top digital brands.
WWE has appointed Michele Martell as vice president of kids’ entertainment.
Automobili Lamborghini has announced plans to exhibit at Brand Licensing Europe for the first time ever this year.
Platinum Films has appointed the Simba Dickie Group master toy licensee for “Matt Hatter Chronicles.”
Mountain Dew has announced the next collaboration in its Green Label Exclusives program with photographer Atiba Jefferson.
October’s Brand Licensing Europe event is coming up quickly, and License! Global is already preparing its coverage.
Build-A-Bear Workshop and Hasbro have expanded their My Little Pony offering following April’s successful collaboration.
American Mensa, the U.S. branch of the international society, has appointed Perpetual Licensing as its exclusive agent.
Hasbro has partnered with jewelry and accessories retailer Icing for a capsule collection inspired by the Monopoly board game.
Sanrio and jewelry designer Onch Movement are launching a new collaboration today featuring Hello Kitty.
Golf legend Jack Nicklaus has inked a deal with Perry Ellis International to create a line of men’s and women’s apparel.
Disney Store is getting a jump-start on Black Friday shopping with the launch of its Magical Week Sale beginning today.
The Jim Henson Company has secured a raft of new international broadcast and home entertainment agreements.
Licensing Expo and License! Global, in association with the International Housewares Association, are hosting a free webinar Wednesday.
Despite the conclusion of Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary, licensees in Australia and New Zealand are continuing the celebration.
Disney Junior Asia is the latest broadcaster to pick up Studio 100’s new CGI “Maya the Bee” series.
The Wish Factory has signed on to manage the sales and marketing for Wham-O’s classic brands including Hula Hoop and Hacky Sack.
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