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Boomerang has released “Make and Race,” the latest mobile app, in EMEA and Latin America.
Lawless Entertainment has signed a production deal with Mondo TV to co-produce and distribute a new 2D HD-animated series based on Adventures in Duckport.
Viacom International Media Networks announced two major international production deals for Spike TV’s “Lip Sync Battle,” following its international launch at MIPTV 2015.
The International Licensing Industry Merchandisers’ Association is joining forces with Promarca, a licensing organization in Mexico, to form LIMA Mexico.
Univision Communications and Televisa partnered with EC Benefit Plans and Careington International to launch the El Chavo Plan, a discount dental/vision care savings program.
Scripps Networks Latin America has promoted two executives as the company plans its continued rollout of Food Network across the region.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has appointed two new international licensing executives to accelerate growth of the company’s presence in EMEA and Latin America.
Outfit7 Limited is bringing the “Talking Tom and Friends” franchise to new territories this year including Brazil, India, Malaysia and the Dominican Republic.
Edge Americas Sports has been appointed by soccer giants Real Madrid and Juventus to expand their brand presence in Canada, the U.S. and Latin America.
Businessman Lynton Harris and Sudden Impact! Entertainment have created the world’s first live interactive Ghostbusters attraction, under license from Sony Pictures Consumer Products.
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.
P&L Global Network has signed on to represent Colombian illustrator Catalina Estrada for licensing in Latin America.
Entertainment One Family has secured broadcast agreements around the globe for more than 100 hours of its children’s programming.
DHX Media has sold its new kids' series "Dr. Dimensionpants" to a number of broadcasters across Europe, Latin America, Australia and the Middle East.
Televisa has picked up a new package of 496 hours of Nickelodeon content from Viacom International Media Networks for its networks in Mexico.
Free-to-air Brazilian channel TV Cultura has picked up season five and six of Rainbow's "Winx Club."
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.
Zodiak Kids has sold Marathon Media's production “Lolirock” to territories across Europe, Latin America, Asia and the Middle East, and licensing deals in France.
Imira Entertainment has signed a deal with manufacturer TP Vision to launch its kids' content platform "iMIRAPLAY" on Philips Smart TV.
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