What started as a small TV production business has now grown into one of the world’s largest independent family entertainment companies with a major position in live action and kids’ animation.
Imira Entertainment has tapped Exim Licensing Group to represent “Lucky Fred” in Latin America.
FIFA has named Hy-Pro International as the licensee for the 2014 World Cup.
Discovery Enterprises International has launched the new “Animal Planet Bookshelf” app in the U.K. and Latin America.
Televisa has signed on to air and manage the licensing program for Entertainment One’s “Peppa Pig” in Mexico.
America Greeting Properties has renewed several agreements for Strawberry Shortcake in Latin America.
PGS Entertainment is seeing brisk sales for the animated series "Iron Man: Armored Adventures."
American Greetings Properties has launched a new Strawberry Shortcake QSR promotion in Brazil.
Versace 19•69 Abbigliamento Sportivo has appointed P&L Global Network as their agent in Latin America.
CBS Consumer Products has made first contact in Brazil, Germany, Japan and the U.K. with a series of Star Trek e-commerce sites.
AG Properties has announced several new deals for Strawberry Shortcake in Paraguay, secured by Exim Licensing.
Rainbow has added a slew of new licensing agents for its top brands including Winx Club, PopPixie, Huntik and Mia and me.
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 has closed a series of free-to-air branded block deals in Latin America and announced plans to launch Nicktoons in Mexico.
Fox International’s BabyTV channel is expanding its publishing program with deals in Latin America and the U.K. and Ireland.
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.”
Spain-based Nottingham Forest has partnered with Turner Broadcasting System to air two of its animated series in more than 50 countries in Latin America.
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