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.
Professional skateboarding's Street League has inked a new deal to launch retail stores and branded products.
CPLG U.K. has expanded its team with the appointment of Emily French Ullah as a new category manager.
Cartoon Network has teamed up to launch a new branded railway experience in Taiwan.
Sony Pictures Consumer Products has teamed up with Play.com for a The Mortal Instruments e-shop in the U.K.
Beanstalk has signed on to represent the cake decorating and bakeware brand Wilton Enterprises.
Entertainment One has announced a new deal with Hallmark for So So Happy gifts and cards.
Zodiak Kids has appointed Komar to create a range of sleepwear for its preschool series “Tickety Toc.”
Plain Lazy has teamed up with TV personality Cathy Hobbs to bring its brand to the U.S.
Santoro of London has announced a series of new deals for its art property Gorjuss.
Mind Candy has unveiled plans for “Katsuma Unleashed,” the third Moshi Monsters video game.
Bulldog Licensing has added two new U.K. licensees for Electronic Arts’ app brand Plants vs. Zombies.
MFC Solutions is presenting the new publishing concept Curious Little Mouse for the first time at Brand Licensing Europe.
Giromax is set to release a new sticker album collection Wednesday featuring Despicable Me 2 in the U.K. and Ireland.
King Features Syndicate and Chupa Chups are planning a Betty Boop x Chupa Chups crossover brand.
Activision Publishing signed a trio of new agents and new licensees for the next iteration of its Skylanders franchise, “Skylanders Swap Force.”
Toys R’ Us has named two seasoned executives with deep international and domestic retail expertise to lead its global and domestic business.
Mattel has formed a new division, Playground Productions, which will be dedicated to the creation of strategic, multi-platform storytelling.
Marvel Entertainment and Disney Consumer Products are looking to continue the retail dominance of The Avengers franchise with new merchandising programs.
Bravado, Universal Music Group’s global music merchandising company, has taken on two new North American licensees for The Beatles brand.
C3 Entertainment has signed a deal with Star Cutouts for The Three Stooges-branded cutouts and face masks.
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