Cartoon Network has taken a fittingly adventurous approach to the merchandising and promotion of the hit series ‘Adventure Time.’
Polaroid and the Sharpe Company are developing a new program for lifestyle merchandise inspired by the iconic photography brand.
HTC Productions will unveil its animated series, “Hank the Cowdog,” based on the successful book franchise of the same name, at MIPJunior.
MGA Entertainment has signed a number of new deals for its Project Mc² and Bratz brands.
Acamar Films and its global distribution partner Aardman Animatons have signed a number of key international broadcast deals for the preschool series “Bing.”
Epic Rights has secured a slate of new licensing partnerships for the rock band KISS in markets around the world.
Nickelodeon & Viacom Consumer Products has partnered with Australian underwear manufacturer Sojo to launch a new range of men’s X&Y underwear featuring “SpongeBob SquarePants.”
Feld Entertainment and Australia retailer Big W have teamed up to bring an exclusive Monster Jam retail promotion to stores across Australia.
Magic Light Pictures has renewed a number of international agreements for its award winning animated films.
Classic character Garfield is traveling the globe with new promotions and merchandise in China, Japan, Brazil and a host of other regions around the world.
Hasbro celebrated the first-ever worldwide Play-Doh Day Wednesday.
For the fourth year in a row, Nickelodeon has partnered with The National Breast Cancer Foundation in Australia for a SpongeBob SquarePants promotion.
The advertising-campaign-turned-brand Dumb Ways to Die continues to build its licensing program with the addition Australian publisher The Five Mile Press.
New Zealand’s Pukeko Pictures has invested in the digital company, BeyondTheStory, which specializes in interactive technology for e-books.
Saban Brands has acquired another new brand for its burgeoning portfolio of fashion and lifestyle properties–the Australian surf brand Piping Hot.
Animal Planet and Time Inc. have teamed in a three-year, exclusive non-fiction children’s publishing partnership that will feature the Animal Planet brand in North America.
Following strong toy and DVD sales for “Thunderbirds Are Go," Australian agent Merchantwise has added several new licensing and retail partners for the TV series.
Australian automaker GM Holden has appointed TPF as the global licensing agent for its stable of brands including Holden, Holden Special Vehicles and the Holden Racing Team.
PVH Corp. and Gazal are expanding the scope of their Australian joint venture with the addition of the Tommy Hilfiger, Van Heusen and Nancy Ganz businesses in the region.
Nickelodeon has sold both new and old episodes of the "SpongeBob SquarePants" TV series to new broadcasters around the world.
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