Cartoon Network has taken a fittingly adventurous approach to the merchandising and promotion of the hit 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.
Moose Toys has teamed up with Turner International for a content-led campaign in Australia featuring its new app for the toy brand Little Live Pets.
DHX Media has sold its TV series “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs: The Series” to Turner Broadcasting.
Zodiak Kids has secured sales for the Amazon Studios series “Tumble Leaf,” “Creative Galaxy” and “Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street.”
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.”
Toys ‘R’ Us continues to expand in 2014 with plans to open 90 stores worldwide, including 22 locations in China.
The biggest names in tennis took center court Saturday alongside Nickelodeon characters at the sold out Australian Open Kids Tennis Day in Melbourne.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has appointed Merchantwise as its new licensing agent in Australia and New Zealand.
BBC Worldwide Australia & New Zealand has partnered with BabyLove to launch a range of "Charlie and Lola"-branded training pants.
Action-sports entertainment brand Nitro Circus has appointed Velocity Brand Management as its licensing agent for Australia and New Zealand.
Saban Brands has announced a new fashion collaboration for its surf-inspired lifestyle brand Mambo with Australia-based designer Emma Mulholland.
Mind Candy, the entertainment company behind the Moshi Monsters franchise, globally launched the "World of Warriors" app.
Licensing industry veteran David Born has launched the new clip licensing firm Born Licensing in Australia.
The Jim Henson Company has appointed four new licensing agents for the CG-animated preschool series "Doozers" and sold the new series to new broadcasters.
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