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Christine Thomas, senior licensing executive, Entertainment One U.K. is the first recipient of LIMA U.K.’s Rising Star Award 2014.
Carte Blanche Group has signed a global licensing deal with Ashleigh Butler and Roar Global to develop the Pudsey the Dog brand.
U.K. company Coolabi Group has secured six new licensees for CBeebies' long-running animation series, “Clangers.”
Temple Street Productions has brought on Striker Entertainment as the worldwide (excluding Canada) licensing agent for its hit TV series "Orphan Black."
Imira Entertainment has taken worldwide distribution rights (excluding Austria and China) for the live-action series "Austrian Tom Turbo" (188 x 26).
Viacom has licensed some of its Nickelodeon shows to third-party stations across Europe this summer.
U.K. trade distributors John Hornby Skewes and Nickelodeon will launch a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles musical instruments line in the fall.
Discovery Consumer Products has renewed its longstanding direct-to-retail partnership with Toys 'R' Us U.S. and Toys 'R' Us Australia.
Pop icon Britney Spears is planning a line of sleepwear apparel called The Intimate Britney Spears with retail partner Change Lingerie.
The U.K.'s Institute of Contemporary Arts and Polka Children’s Theater are planning special events to celebrate the 100th birthday of Moomin creator Tove Jansson.
Viacom International Media Networks is expanding its coverage across CEE and has signed a slew of new international broadcast deals.
Technicolor and Mercury Filmworks are bringing its newest animated preschool series “Chamelia” to this year’s MIPJunior.
ITV Studios and Pukeko Pictures have revealed the voice cast for “Thunderbirds Are Go!,” a remake of the classic series.
Big Tent Entertainment has added four new partners in the U.K., Benelux and France for its character Domo.
The University of Oxford will showcase its latest line of furniture in the Retail Lounge at Brand Licensing Europe this week.
Bulldog Licensing is honing in on its game, toy and entertainment brands this year at Brand Licensing Europe.
Funko and Underground Toys have announced an exclusive partnership to bring Funko products and brands to Europe.
Hasbro has announced plans to re-launch to of its classic children’s brands–Weebles and Spirograph.
Endemol U.K. is making its first move into app publishing with two new apps based on the game shows “Pointless” and “Deal or No Deal.”
The Carte Blanche Group has signed a major publishing deal for its Tatty Teddy & My Blue Nose Friends brand with Autumn Group.
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