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.
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.
Jam Brands has added a swath of new partners for the Paddington Bear brand in the Canada, the U.S., Australia and New Zealand.
Nick Jr. Australia has picked up the broadcasting rights for the preschool series “Bradley and Bee.”
4K Media has launched website for the Yu-Gi-Oh! animated series and trading card game worldwide outside of Asia.
As part of the studio's television growth strategy, Warner Bros. Television Group has acquired all of the Eyeworks Groups.
Viacom International Media Networks has announced a raft of new deals for Nickelodeon animation franchises that span multiple countries.
Ben Richardson has been promoted to senior vice president and general manager of Viacom International Media Networks Australia and New Zealand.
Studio 100 has appointed Tim Brooke-Hunt as president of the board of Flying Bark Productions in Australia.
Entertainment One Family has announced a number of broadcast deals for several of its children’s shows.
Muhammad Ali Enterprises has teamed up with Double D, Adidas licensee for combat sports, for a line of boxing performance products.
American Greetings Properties is continuing to build the Care Bears brand in Australia in a new deal for stationery and housewares.
Flying Bark Productions will co-produce the new of “Heidi” television series with France’s Studio 100 Animation.
Pukeko Pictures has teamed up with Sunman San Man to create a toy range for its preschool series “The WotWots” in Turkey.
Design brand Lillipippins, which was a finalist in 2012’s License This! contest at Brand Licensing Europe, has signed two new greetings cards deals.
Turner Broadcasting’s LazyTown brand has renewed a number of licensing partnerships in Australia.
Mr. Potato Head has traveled through space and time to take on the persona of Doctor Who’s Eleventh Doctor.
Children’s entertainment company SLR Productions is celebrating its 10th year this month.
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