Cartoon Network has taken a fittingly adventurous approach to the merchandising and promotion of the hit series ‘Adventure Time.’
Since returning from MIPCOM last month, Nickelodeon shows no sign of slowing down on the sales front.
Cartoon Network has launched its "micro-network" in the EMEA specifically designed for smartphones and tablets, called "Cartoon Network Anything."
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has signed multiple deals for its series “The Simpsons,” which premiered its 27th season last month.
Cartoon Network Enterprises and Spanish fashion label Desigual have partnered for a girls' fashion collection featured the animated comedy series "Adventure Time."
4K Media has partnered with Winning Moves International to develop a "Yu-Gi-Oh!"-branded Monopoly board game and Top Trumps card game.
Disney has tapped IMC Toys for a toy line inspired by its upcoming animated preschool series “Mickey's Roadster Racers.”
Fox Consumer Products EMEA is celebrating the growth of “The Simpsons” toy business with new and returning partners as the show enters its 27th season.
Mattel has signed a number of broadcast deals for the upcoming CG animated series "Little People," inspired by its Fisher-Price toy brand.
Cartoon Network EMEA will soon launch a digital service, "Cartoon Network Anything," which allows viewers and users to tailor their entertainment offerings.
DHX Media has sold its TV series “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs: The Series” to Turner Broadcasting.
Lowe’s and the Sherwin-Williams Company are pairing to bring the HGTV Home by Sherwin-Williams line to Lowe’s and Sherwin-Williams retail locations.
Burger King restaurants and DHX Brands, a part of DHX Media, have launched a global promotion featuring DHX’s boys’ action property "Slugterra."
Carroll Shelby Licensing and Shelby American have opened a series of mod shops and Carroll Shelby’s Store locations around the world.
Scripps Networks Interactive has appointed Phillip Luff to head its U.K., Europe, Middle East and Africa business.
Beauty retailer Sephora and eyewear licensee Luxottica are both bringing their wares to China via the e-commerce company JD.com.
A new production of "Iftah Ya Simsim," the Arabic version of "Sesame Street," will return to the airwaves following a 25-year break.
Nickelodeon is celebrating the holidays with activations at shopping malls and recreation parks in Asia, South Africa and at Russia’s Domodedovo Airport.
Breakthrough Entertainment has started production on season two of the kids’ live-action comedy series “Max & Shred.”
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