Brand Licensing Europe hosted its biggest show ever this October, marked by increases in both the number of exhibitors and attendees.
British supermodel Jourdan Dunn has partnered with U.K. retailer Marks & Spencer to launch a children’s clothing range, Lil’ LonDunn.
DC Thomson has launched Twirlywoos magazine in the U.K., which is based on the CBeebies show of the same name.
DreamWorks Animation and Lagardère Active TV have entered an agreement that will grant Lagardère rights to broadcast multiple DreamWorks TV shows in France.
Following its sales to the U.S. and Latin America, m4e has secured five more international broadcast deals for its animated series “Wissper.”
FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment has secured a multitude of free-to-air TV sales for its new series “Danger Mouse.”
The Royal Horticultural Society has licensed Carousel Calendars to produce a range of 2017 RHS calendars, organizers and pocket diaries.
Rovio Entertainment has created a new affiliate company, Kaiken Publishing, which will continue to build on the gaming studio's current book business.
Cartoon Network is supporting the launch of the brand-new "LEGO Nexo Knights" toy line and Merlok 2.0 gaming app.
In honor of season five of “The Voice France,” TF1 Licenses and Shine 360° have added multiple licensees to the show’s arsenal.
20th Century Fox has teamed with the British football team Manchester United to help promote its upcoming films during the team’s home games.
E-commerce retailer Mr. Porter has teamed up with Matthew Vaughn, the director of Kingsman: The Secret Service, to launch a line of suits and men's accessories inspired by the film.
Playboy and retailer Supreme have joined forces for a line of branded accessories.
Copyright Promotions Licensing Group, part of DHX Media, has extended its footprint in Europe with the opening of offices in the Nordics and Central and Eastern Europe.
Children’s animation series “Filly Funtasia” has signed a deal with Discuvery in Italy for broadcast in the country on channel K2 beginning in 2016.
Genius Brands International has appointed two new international sales agents to handle its growing portfolio of original television brands.
Consumer Product Connection has appointed Home Made Licensing to serve as the French licensing agent for the virtual pet app "Pou."
Sunrise Brands has sold its North American license for the Superdry retail brand to Superdry’s parent company, SuperGroup.
Stan Lee has partnered with Carnival Films, the production company behind "Downton Abbey," to create a mystery crime drama for the U.K.'s Sky 1 network.
After 18 years at Warner Bros. Consumer Products EMEA, Bruno Schwobthaler, currently SVP of marketing, sales and business development, is leaving the company.
Nickelodeon Viacom Consumer Products recently partnered with Dolci Preziosi and Walcor to celebrate Easter in Italy.
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