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.
AG Properties has renewed its partnerships with 14 licensing agents worldwide for its five signature brands.
Nerd Corps Entertainment has secured several broadcast deals for its latest original comedy series, “Endangered Species” (52 x 11).
ZDF Enterprises has secured a number of new international sales for preschool series “Q Pootle 5.”
Perfetti Van Melle and Aspire Brands are bringing together their brands Chupa Chups and Lip Smacker for a range of beauty products.
Platinum Films has appointed Big Balloon as its Australian toy partner for the animated adventure series, “Matt Hatter Chronicles.”
Carte Blanche Australia will launch its line of Moshi Monsters Moshlings plush next week following a 2013 licensing deal with Mind Candy late last year.
Rainbow and its co-production partner Lucky Punch have announced a raft of new broadcasting deals for “Mia and me.”
Studio 100 International and its licensing agent, Merchantwise, have appointed Headstart International as master toy licensee for the Blinky Bill brand.
Studio 100 International has appointed ABC Licensing to represent its flagship brand, Maya the Bee, in Australia and New Zealand.
Paws, Inc. and its regional licensing agents have signed a series of new deals for Garfield around the world.
Haven Licensing has launched the first-ever model search in Australia for Saban Brands’ Paul Frank.
Hotsprings is planning ranges of merchandise for some of the hottest mobile gaming brands on the market.
The Jim Henson Company has sold its new animated children’s series, “Doozers,” to Nickelodeon Australia.
Southern Star Entertainment is changing its name to Endemol Australia.
PGS Entertainment has made its first international sale for the first installation of the TV movie trilogy Stan Lee’s Mighty 7 to ABC TV in Australia.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has named Vivid as the master toy partner in Europe, Australia and New Zealand for “Thunderbirds are Go!.”
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has expanded the role of Preston Kevin Lewis to include the India market.
The Royal Australian Mint is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Sydney Opera House with a new memorial coin.
The Jim Henson Company has sold “Doozers” to Turner Broadcasting System’s Cartoonito network in Asia Pacific.
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