A year in review and look ahead at the market Down Under. Editorial is provided by License! Global’s Australian content partner, The Bugg Report.
For the first time, home entertainment titles from Fox International’s BabyTV channel are available at retail in China.
Chinese sportswear company Peak Sport Products has launched two new sneakers inspired by basketball star Tony Parker.
Paws, Inc. and its regional licensing agents have signed a series of new deals for Garfield around the world.
Outfit7 has won a lawsuit against China's NanJing oooo3d, which published counterfeit sequel apps to its Talking Tom franchise.
Dentsu Entertainment has announced plans to adapt “The Little Battlers eXperience” for broadcast in the Americas.
Dream Theatre has partnered with adidas to build the licensing presence of Real Madrid in India.
Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific has picked up Aeroplane Production’s “The Fixies.”
Nerd Corps Entertainment has struck two new deals that will see its boys’ series “Slugterra” air in Germany and Malaysia.
Splash Entertainment has finalized international sales for its 3D feature film Dive Olly Dive and the Pirate Treasure.
The Hong Kong International Licensing Show, which was held Jan. 6-8, featured more than 200 exhibitors and 600 licensed brands.
Japanese animation house Studio Ghibli has tapped Diamond Comic Distributors to bring products inspired by its animated films to North America for the first time.
VIMN Asia is partners with Thai broadcaster MCOT and content provider appleTool to re-launch the MTV Thailand brand.
Animaccord Animation Studios and Perfetti Van Melle have teamed up for a new line of “Masha and the Bear” chocolate.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has expanded the role of Preston Kevin Lewis to include the India market.
LIMA will sponsor Brand Licensing Hall, the mainland China licensing event and the largest licensing exposition in Asia.
DQ Entertainment has signed a slew of distribution deals for its kids’ shows including “The Jungle Book,” “Robin Hood” and “Peter Pan.”
The Jim Henson Company has secured a raft of new international broadcast and home entertainment agreements.
Rainbow launched the first-ever live Winx Club show in Indonesia Thursday, at the Ciputra World shopping mall in the city of Surabaya.
Hoho Rights announced a series of new overseas sales for its preschool property “Cloudbabies,” at NATPE Miami.
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