With several new content initiatives, Cartoon Network Enterprises is poised to offer a broader portfolio and more opportunitites in licensing and events.
Penguin Ventures has entered a number of licensing agreements to further extend the Peter Rabbit brand, among others.
AEG and O2 have renewed their agreement for the music and entertainment venue The O2, securing the venue’s naming rights for the next 10 years.
German design label Jolina Dallas Sports Couture has released a premium apparel collection featuring the Pink Panther.
Outfit7’s flagship property “Talking Tom and Friends,” the animated series based on the “Talking Tom and Friends” app franchise, is now available on Netflix in a host of regions.
VIZ Media Europe has revealed its plans to release new products and content this year for the animated television series “Yo-Kai Watch.”
Rubik’s has teamed up with Fantasma Magic to create a range of themed magic sets.
In partnership with Saban Brands, Dreamtex has unveiled the latest addition to its Power Rangers collection.
The Smiley Company has partnered with Terrier Worldwide to create Egg-Moji, an interchangeable figurine with collectible accessories for customization.
The Royal Horticultural Society has tapped the Gourmet Candy Company to create a range of branded chocolates and sweets.
Model and fashion designer Mimi Wade has launched a new apparel collection featuring the Pink Panther at London Fashion Week.
German brand management and media company m4e has appointed Simba Toys to serve as the new toy partner for its animated series “Mia and me.”
Sutikki, a division of Bento Box Entertainment, and Foundling Bird have tapped Hasbro to serve as the master toy licensee for the new preschool series “Moon and Me.”
Snapper Productions has granted the U.K. home entertainment rights to Abbey Home Media for the pre-school animated series “Q Pootle 5.”
In celebration of the comic strips “Oor Wullie” and “The Broons’” 80th anniversary, DC Thomson has unveiled a bronze sculpture of Oor Wullie in Dundee, Scotland, and is hosting The Broons Awards in Glasgow tomorrow.
Nintendo, in partnership with Japanese video game developer Level-5, has created a “Yo-Kai Watch” video game exclusively for Nintendo 3DS that will be released in Europe next month.
International Merchandising Promotion & Services, the company that oversees the rights to the Smurfs, has appointed TF1 Licenses to represent the Smurfs brand in France.
The U.K. licensing industry charity The Light Fund raised £12,000 at its recent St. Patrick’s Day fundraising event.
Carte Blanche has added licensee Kimm & Miller to its growing roster of licensees for Me to You.
Ubisoft Motion Pictures’ animation series “Raving Rabbids” will return to France TV once again with the launch of the show’s third season.
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