Over the last quarter century, Tycoon Enterprises has grown from a boutique Mexican agency into a licensing behemoth with a reach that now spans all of Latin America.
Studio 100 Film has tapped Primal Screen to distribute its Maya the Bee movie in the U.K. and Scandinavia.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has appointed David Miller to the newly created role of vice president of digital games.
Majestic Athletic and Liverpool Football Club have entered a new global apparel partnership.
The Pokémon Company International has signed four new licensees in the U.K. and Eire across several categories.
Blueprint Collections has launched a range of stationery for the British fashion designer Henry Holland under his label House of Holland.
Entertainment One Licensing has extended its partnership with Character Options in a new deal that will see the company develop Peppa Pig construction toys.
Licensing Expo's Global Partner program has seen significant growth this year, with 80 companies exhibiting in both next month's Las Vegas event and Brand Licensing Europe in London.
Copenhagen-based licensing agency the Ink Group and media development firm Global New Age Media, headquartered in Dubai, have merged.
Sony Pictures Television has picked up the new CGI preschool series featuring Dick Bruna’s classic character Miffy, for its preschool channel Tiny Pop.
PGS has made a slew of sales for season two of TAT Productions and Master Films’ animated series "The Jungle Bunch: To the Rescue!"
BRB Internacional will showcase a host of new offerings at the upcoming NATPE Europe.
Bulldog Licensing has added new licensing for the CBBC teen fantasy series “Wolfblood.”
Lifestyle brand Extreme is expanding its international presence with two new deals for apparel and electronics in Europe.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has announced U.K broadcast and toy partners for its kids’ CGI comedy adventure series, “Super 4,” inspired by the toy brand from Playmobil.
Preston Kevin Lewis has been promoted to general manager of Warner Bros. Consumer Products U.K. and Ireland.
The long-term partnership between Puma and Arsenal Football Club has formally begun and includes wide-ranging licensing rights.
Coolabi has started production on its brand new stop-motion animated series for 8- to 10-year-olds, “Scream Street” (52 x 11), with co-production partner Factory TM.
The deadline to nominate junior licensing industry professionals for the Licensing Industry Merchandisers' Association U.K.'s new Rising Stars award is tomorrow.
U.K. company Coolabi Group has secured six new licensees for CBeebies' long-running animation series, “Clangers.”
BBC Worldwide is taking a page from the mega events strategy that highlighted the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who with promotions to launch the eighth season.
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