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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).
Fashion and brand licensing veteran Terry Hauss, chief executive officer of apparel firm Von Dutch, passed away on July 17.
PGS Entertainment has made a raft of global sales for France Television’s “Super 4,” the new animated series inspired by the Playmobil toy brand.
Quiksilver has signed a raft of new partners to extend its brands, including Quiksilver, Roxy and DC, into children’s apparel, watches, legwear, luggage and more.
Big Tent Entertainment has added three more licensees to the roster of partners for its Domo/Ghostbusters mash-up.
Italian fashion brand and retailer Pynkiss Milano is planning a home décor line as well as a range of Abayas featuring Hello Kitty.
Brazilian preschool brand Galinha Pintadinha established itself as a permanent presence in the Hispanic market last month at Licensing Expo.
HIT Entertainment, a subsidiary of Mattel, is planning a new CGI feature-length Thomas & Friends special that will provide a new track for the brand’s licensing partners.
Nickelodeon’s SpongeBob SquarePants has a front row seat to the World Cup in Brazil with a range of branded products available on shelves throughout the country.
The Tommy Hilfiger Group, which is owned by PVH, has signed a new deal with LF USA to create a licensed home décor.
C3 Entertainment has tapped Bondis Entertainment in Argentina to produce a new live “Three Stooges Stage Show.”
Viacom International Media Networks The Americas announced plans to expand its roster of productions targeting Millennials.
Iconix Brand Group has acquired the remaining 50 percent of Iconix Latin America from its joint venture partner, New Brands Group.
Casual dining chain TGI Friday's has extended and expanded its partnership with Inventure Foods in a new agreement that will grow the brand’s snack food line.
Viacom International Media Networks is expanding its coverage across CEE and has signed a slew of new international broadcast deals.
PopCap Games, a division of Electronic Arts, has appointed Tycoon Enterprises to handle licensing for the app property “Plants vs. Zombies.”
Saban Brands’ “Julius Jr.,” has been picked up by Discovery Kids Latin America, in a deal that was finalized at NATPE Miami this week.
Turner Broadcasting System International has acquired the second season of Endemol’s “Mr. Bean” animated TV series.
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