Brand Licensing Europe 2014 expects to top last year’s record-breaking attendance with even more features and new brands on the floor.
Target is planning a limited edition girls' collection inspired by the upcoming Sony Pictures film Annie, set to hit theaters Dec. 19.
GiGGo Toys has partnered with the city of New York (NYC & Company) to produce licensed ride-on toys featuring iconic brands such as NYPD and FDNY.
Scholastic Parent & Child magazine has launched "KidQ," a free mobile app that facilitates conversation about the things that kids are curious about.
Rovio will preview its upcoming “Angry Birds Stella” mobile game exclusively at Barnes & Noble stores from Aug. 29 to Sept. 3.
Nickelodeon will debut two new live-action series–"Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn" and "Henry Danger"–Sept. 13.
PGS Entertainment has made a number of global sales for the Method Animation and DQ Entertainment series “Robin Hood: Mischief in Sherwood.”
Preschool network Sprout has developed its own kids' tablet that will debut exclusively at Walmart in the U.S. this October.
The estate of Elvis Presley is collaborating with Pulse Evolution to create a virtual King of Rock 'n' Roll.
The National Football League, NFL Players Inc. and licensee Bleacher Creatures have unveiled the 2014 NFL player plush collection, which includes more than 50 NFL stars.
Global brand management company Genius Brands International has secured a $2 million revolving line of credit with SunTrust Banks to finance future growth.
Sequential Brands Group has added five new licensees for its Caribbean Joe lifestyle brand and renewed three existing partnerships.
Bravado, Universal Music Group’s global music merchandising company, has taken on two new North American licensees for The Beatles brand.
The National Basketball Association has renewed its partnership with Under Armour for basketball footwear.
BBC America is planning two theatrical screening events of the Doctor Who 50th anniversary special, “Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor.”
NECA has partnered with 343 Industries for a new global merchandise program featuring the “Halo” video game franchise.
King Features, worldwide licensor of Betty Boop and Popeye, has appointed Tycoon Group as its agent in Latin and Central America.
A new collection of Disney villains-inspired beauty products has arrived at Walgreens stores in the U.S.
Classic toys like LEGO and Barbie are still at the top of children’s wish lists this year, but non-traditional items are also in demand.
The new video game “Barbie Dreamhouse Party” is now available across Europe and Australasia, and will arrive in the U.S. in January.
Technicolor and Canada’s Mercury Filmworks have teamed up with Gaumont Animation for the animated TV series, “Atomic Puppet.”
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