What started as a small TV production business has now grown into one of the world’s largest independent family entertainment companies with a major position in live action and kids’ animation.
Design brand Lillipippins, which was a finalist in 2012’s License This! contest at Brand Licensing Europe, has signed two new greetings cards deals.
Entertainment One Family has announced a number of broadcast deals for several of its children’s shows.
DQ Entertainment International has added a series of new partners worldwide for The Jungle Book.
41 Entertainment has appointed Legend Holdings as the textile licensee for its new Pac-Man series in Australia and New Zealand.
Viacom has teamed up with Globe International for a skater capsule collection featuring MTV’s Beavis and Butt-head.
Guru Studios has announced a raft of new sales for its preschool series “Justin Time” that will see the show head into new European territories and Australia.
VIMN has announced two new promotions in its Nickelodeon and Viacom Consumer Products division–Ron Johnson as executive vice president, NVCP, and Mark Kingston as general manager and senior vice president, NVCP EMEA & Australia.
Australian surf brand Piping Hot is notching up its 15-year direct-to-retail relationship with Target in Australia with new capsule collections and an eye to international expansion.
"Vic The Viking" (78 x 11), from Studio 100 Animation and Flying Bark Productions, has been commissioned by both ABC TV and Network Ten in Australia.
Haven Licensing has signed on to build a licensing program for the freestyle motocross group Crusty Demons in Australia and New Zealand.
New Zealand Post, in partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, has released a new set of stamps and coins for the next The Hobbit film.
BBC Worldwide opened the first-ever Doctor Who pop-up shop in Sydney, Australia, Thursday.
Halfbrick has appointed CBD Promotions as its sub-agent in Australia, Dubai, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.
ZDF Enterprises and its broadcast partner ABC Australia have picked up the new preschool series “Q Pootle 5” from Snapper Productions.
Nickelodeon has partnered with Village Roadshow Theme Parks to extend its family offering at the water park, Wet’n’Wild Sydney in Australia.
Hoho Rights, the commercial arm of Hoho Entertainment, has appointed Haven Licensing to represent its series "Cloudbabies" in Australia and New Zealand.
Flying Bark Productions has appointed Raphaela Faetkenheuer as marketing manager.
Rainbow has announced plans for a second season of “Mia and me" and new icensing agents for the brand.
Silvergate Media has renewed its partnership with Fisher-Price, which will continue as master toy partner for the Octonauts.
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