Over the last quarter century, Tycoon Enterprises has grown from a boutique Mexican agency into a licensing behemoth with a reach that now spans all of Latin America.
Breakthrough Entertainment has started production on season two of the kids’ live-action comedy series “Max & Shred.”
Beauty retailer Sephora and eyewear licensee Luxottica are both bringing their wares to China via the e-commerce company JD.com.
Burger King restaurants and DHX Brands, a part of DHX Media, have launched a global promotion featuring DHX’s boys’ action property "Slugterra."
LIMA is partnering with global safety science company UL to provide itsmembers with savings on product testing and consulting services.
TF1 Production and Cyber Group Studios have made a number of new sales for the upcoming series "Mini Ninjas" (52x11), based on the Square Enix video game.
Hoho Rights has made several new international sales for its kids' series "Cloudbabies," "Everybody Loves a Moose" and "Abadas."
Genius Brands International has sold its animated series "Thomas Edison's Secret Lab" to the Da Vinci Learning channel in Russia, Central and Eastern Europe, Turkey and Africa.
The National Basketball Association and the National Basketball Players Association have scheduled the first-ever professional game in Africa for Aug. 1.
After 18 years at Warner Bros. Consumer Products EMEA, Bruno Schwobthaler, currently SVP of marketing, sales and business development, is leaving the company.
PGS Entertainment has made a raft of sales for "Iron Man: Armored Adventures" (52x30).
Gaumont Animation has signed a number of international broadcast deals for its TV series “Lanfeust Quest,” an adaptation of the comic and manga franchise Lanfeust of Troy.
Even in a non-movie year, business is flourishing for Warner Bros. Consumer Products EMEA, and the company has a huge amount of new content in the pipeline.
Scripps Networks Interactive has appointed Phillip Luff to head its U.K., Europe, Middle East and Africa business.
Fashion and brand licensing veteran Terry Hauss, chief executive officer of apparel firm Von Dutch, passed away on July 17.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products EMEA recognized its top licensees last night at the second annual Golden Bunny Awards.
Nickelodeon is celebrating the holidays with activations at shopping malls and recreation parks in Asia, South Africa and at Russia’s Domodedovo Airport.
Viacom has licensed some of its Nickelodeon shows to third-party stations across Europe this summer.
Zodiak Kids has sold Marathon Media's production “Lolirock” to territories across Europe, Latin America, Asia and the Middle East, and licensing deals in France.
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