Warner Bros.’ Looney Tunes brand is harnessing its ‘take action’ message to extend its licensed and direct-to-retail food and beverage program around the globe.
ZeptoLab U.K. and ITV Studios Global Entertainment have partnered with The Entertainer for a Cut the Rope promotion.
DHX Media has acquired Ragdoll Worldwide from BBC Worldwide for £17.4 million (approximately $27.7 million).
Felix the Cat Creations has appointed Kaynak Licensing Company to represent the silent film era cartoon character in Turkey.
Nurture Rights has teamed up with London’s Natural History Museum to turn the book Dinosaur Roar! into an interactive preschool property.
Santoro has added to the roster for its art brand Gorjuss with the continuation of its apparel partnership with Benetton.
Producer David Heyman and Studiocanal unveiled a star‐studded cast for the upcoming movie Paddington.
Coty has announced that Rimmel London is planning a capsule makeup collection with British pop star Rita Ora.
The Mary Evans Picture Library has added new imagery and artists to its portfolio as it readies for Brand Licensing Europe.
The BBC’s celebration of Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary will culminate in The Day of the Doctor.
Beanstalk has signed the first two licensing partners for Cloetta’s British confectionery brand Chewits.
ZeptoLab UK and CITV are bringing a series of animated short films based on the game app “Cut the Rope” to TV in the U.K.
The winners of the first-ever Progressive Preschool Awards were announced in London this week.
41 Entertainment has signed a range of new broadcast deals with Disney in Europe and the U.S. for “Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures.”
The Jim Henson Company has secured a raft of new international broadcast and home entertainment agreements.
Celebrity and entertainment licensing agency RMI has signed on to represent the Irish YouTube-turned-movie comedy brand, The Hardy Bucks
Children's content producer Vodka has named Simba Toys as the master toy licensee in the EMEA region for its new multi-platform brand Bugsted.
Planeta Junior Italy has announced a new partnership with the Nestle Group for chocolate Easter eggs featuring the new TV series “Maya the Bee.”
Paul Haines, director of business development and licensing at Carte Blanche Group, is stepping down after 13 years with the company.
Ideas at Work continues to bolster the program for Olly the Little White Van with the launch of a U.K. publishing program and new app.
FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment has signed the first licensing partners for its new series "Strange Hill High," which will debut on CBBC in the U.K. this spring.
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