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Sequential Brands Group has partnered with Fang Brothers Group FB Living to launch the Martha Stewart Living brand in South Korea next year.
Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe will release a new “Dragon Ball” game for the Nintendo 3DS handheld system in Europe, the Middle East and Australasian territories.
Turner India is expanding its licensing business into two new South Asian markets–Sri Lanka and Nepal–in conjunction with brands such as Perfetti, Heinz and Unilever, among others.
Turner Asia Pacific has partnered with Korea-based game developer Tangent to launch a new mobile game, titled “Adventure Time Run: The Ooo Expedition.”
German brand management and media company m4e has partnered with WeKids Asia to introduce the animated preschool series “Wissper” and “Tip the Mouse” to the Chinese market.
Perry Ellis International has tapped Doctorstick Korea Co. to design, manufacture, market and distribute a range of men’s and women’s sport and casual shoes for the Perry Ellis brand.
The Sunway Putra Mall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, will host the Winx Fashion Fiesta, inspired by Rainbow’s TV series “Winx Club,” until Oct. 2.
Precious Moments has tapped Click! Licensing Asia to serve as its licensing agent in Southeast Asia.
Billboard has partnered with China-based Vision Media to launch the brand in in the region.
The Pokémon Company has renewed its partnership with India-based licensing agency Dream Theatre for the management of the licensing and merchandising, as well as content syndication, for the Pokémon brand.
Portfolio Entertainment has made sales across Asia and the Pacific Rim for its animated preschool series “The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!” and “Doki.”
Since returning from MIPCOM last month, Nickelodeon shows no sign of slowing down on the sales front.
Nickelodeon is teaming up with the Sanshui New Town Management Committee and Elite Global Group to develop the first-ever Nickelodeon-branded attraction in China.
“Sesame Street” has joined forces with Unicef and Lang Lang, a world-renowned pianist and United Nations Messenger of Peace, to create a public service announcement.
Time Inc. has partnered with ASN to develop a Sports Illustrated broadcasting and digital network across Asia.
China’s Shenzhen TV has commissioned IPCN to produce a local version of the reality show “Shark Tank.”
Twentieth Century Fox, in partnership with Her-Chain, has opened the first-ever “The Simpsons” store in Taikooli Sanlitun, Beijing, China.
Peanuts Worldwide has renewed its long-term partnership with Sony Creative Products in Japan.
SmileyWorld and LazyBee, a lifestyle brand, have joined forces to launch a new collection of sportswear.
Turner Asia Pacific has selected Eric Lee to lead its growing location-based entertainment business for the region, effective immediately.
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