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.
Sony Computer Entertainment’s PlayStation4 system will launch in November the U.S, Canada, Europe and Latin America.
The BBC has released a new mobile app for its youngest viewers, “CBeebies Playtime.”
The Jim Henson Company’s HIP division is expanding its global business with the addition of new content.
Studio 100’s “Maya the Bee” animated series has been picked up by CTV in the Czech Republic.
Saban Brands’ Power Rangers are in full force for the back-to-school season with plans for a mall tour in the U.K.
Mind Candy has plans to release the first-ever Moshi Monsters movie in the U.K. and Ireland Dec. 20.
Golden Goose signed on to build a licensing program for the French bakery Maison Blanc in the U.K.
JELC is continuing to grow Gemma’s Gem Fairies brand with new licensees and attendance at BLE this year.
Reef Entertainment will create a series of video games for The Terminator films, in a new agreement with StudioCanal.
Diesel has launched a new DC Comics Super Heroes intimate collection for men in Europe in collaboration with Warner Bros.
Brand Licensing Europe has announced that Volkswagen will give the second keynote address at this year’s event.
Close to 100 Mr. Monopolys descended onto the streets of Central London Sunday to celebrate the new Monopoly Empire board game.
BRB Internacional is launching a licensing program in Spain and Portugal for the preschool series “The Hive.”
VIMN re-launched the youth entertainment channel MTV in Russia Tuesday as a fully owned and operated Viacom channel.
After five years of continuing domestic growth, Alan Fenwick discusses Turner CN Enterprises’ plans to take the comedy series ‘Adventure Time’ global, beginning with the EMEA.
Cake has sold season one of Coolabi’s “Poppy Cat” to the kids’ channel KiKA for all German-speaking territories.
JELC is showcasing its range of lifestyle properties at Brand Licensing Europe, while seeking opportunities across all brands.
Mercis, which owns the Miffy property among others, has appointed CPLG Italy to represent its brands for licensing.
Mind Candy, the entertainment firm behind Moshi Monsters, and Carte Blanche Group are teaming for a range of plush and gifting collectibles.
2013 has seen the BBC Worldwide’s biggest ever range of Doctor Who merchandise as the series celebrates its 50th anniversary.
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