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St Andrews Links Trust has renewed its agreement with CPLG to oversee the global licensing program for the 600-year-old Scottish golf course complex.
Cherokee Global Brands, in partnership with Ahold Czech Republic, has launched a range of Cherokee-branded products in 80 locations of Ahold’s hypermarket retail chain Albert.
“Pingu,” a British-Swiss TV series created in 1986, will launch an exclusive capsule collection in collaboration with British designers Phiney Pet and The Rodnik Band.
Character World has appointed Tony Lewis to the role of U.K. sales director.
Rainbow has unveiled its global premiere date for its new series “Maggie & Bianca: Fashion Friends.”
CLS Media and Korean studio SAMG Animation have tapped STS in Russia to air the animated series “Miniforce” in Russia, CIS and the Baltic States.
The Royal Horticultural Society has tapped licensee Whichford Pottery to develop a range of flower pots inspired by the RHS Wildflower Collection.
Little Brother Books will publish the Official Pokémon Annual 2017 in the U.K.
ITV Studios has partnered up with a slate of licensees to launch its merchandising program for the series “Thunderbirds Are Go” in France, Benelux and the Nordics.
Brand Licensing Europe, the largest licensing event in Europe, has revealed its lineup of industry executives judging this year’s License This! competition.
MGL Licensing is looking to expand the Shell Rummel design brand across all product categories.
British comedy icon Mr. Bean (Rowan Atkinson) headed to Buckingham Palace Friday to celebrate his 25th anniversary.
The BBC launched "The Doctor Who Game Maker," a digital game that allows fans to create and share their own adventures in time and space.
Junibacken, Moomin Characters and its agent Bulls Licensing will donate all of this weekend’s ticket proceeds to the Red Cross in aid of refugees.
Magic Light Pictures has renewed a number of international agreements for its award winning animated films.
Nelvana Enterprises has appointed new agents in Europe and the Middle East to lead the licensing and merchandising program for “Little Charmers.”
Digital scarf retailer Lovarzi is adding four new products to its "Doctor Who" line in the U.K., created in partnership with BBC worldwide.
There is a huge lineup of exciting new shows at this year’s MIPJunior. Here are a few standouts that also offer potential opportunities in brand licensing.
The Tetris Company has appointed Lisle International Licensing as its merchandise licensing agent in the U.K., Channel Islands and Ireland.
Portfolio Entertainment has made sales across Asia and the Pacific Rim for its animated preschool series “The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!” and “Doki.”
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