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.
Pretty Ugly has tapped Global Pursuit to represent its Uglydoll brand in Taiwan, Hong Kong and China.
Muhammad Ali Enterprises has teamed up with Double D, Adidas licensee for combat sports, for a line of boxing performance products.
FremantleMedia is launch a performing arts academy for young artists based on the “Indian Idol” reality show.
CBS Consumer Products has made first contact in Brazil, Germany, Japan and the U.K. with a series of Star Trek e-commerce sites.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has announced plans for a Classic Thunderbirds themed exhibition in Japan.
Weta Workshop has teamed up with the China Post to create an online shopping portal for customers in China.
Namco Bandai Games Europe is returning Pac-Man to his roots with plans for a new video game.
WWE has signed three new partners in India, to better serve the region’s expanding WWE fan base.
The twelfth annual Seoul Character & Licensing Fair is set to take place July 17-21 in Seoul, South Korea.
VIMN Asia is partners with Thai broadcaster MCOT and content provider appleTool to re-launch the MTV Thailand brand.
Global Pursuit has signed a retail agreement with Galeries Lafayette China to introduce Uglydoll-branded merchandise at its store in Beijing.
American Greetings Properties and its licensing agent Medialink, are planning a new crossover collection with the Rody brand in Taiwan.
DreamWorks Animation is bringing its brands and character to several of Sands China's resorts in Macao this summer.
American Greetings Properties has extended the contracts of many of its licensing agents around the world.
Cartoon Network has teamed up to launch a new branded railway experience in Taiwan.
Samsung Electronics has announced plans for a new tablet built specifically for kids.
The International Licensing Industry Merchandisers’ Association is organizing the first ever LIMA Asian Licensing Awards.
LIMA China has selected 29 nominees from six award categories as nominees for the LIMA Asian Licensing Awards.
CCTV 11 in China has bought Pukeko Pictures' "The WotWots" and plans to begin airing the preschool series early this year on its programming block, Happy Playhouse.
FIFA has appointed Pacific Licensing Studio to represent the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil in Asia Pacific.
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