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Independent television company, MarVista Entertainment, will distribute two Hallmark Channel original movies, “ When Sparks Fly” and “The Nine Lives of Christmas” this year.
Candle company PartyLite had unveiled its new designer collection from celebrity stylist Jonathan Adler.
IMC has launched its own influencer marketing division, built on the platform established by its sister company, Vibrant Nation.
Kellogg’s will release its limited-run cereal Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Chocolatey Almond Cereal to supermarkets nationwide.
Hollister and “Pretty Little Liars” star Lucy Hale will release a limited-edition capsule collection on August 8.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products is partnering with Pottery Barn and other licensees with DC Comics-inspired school supplies.
Target Corporation has named retail veteran Brian Cornell as the its new chief executive officer replacing longtime CEO Gregg Steinhafel, who departed May 5.
NFL Players Inc. and Panini America has signed an exclusive agreement that will make Panini the sole manufacturer of NFLPA-licensed trading cards and stickers.
Children’s animated series “Finley the Fire Engine” will have its U.S. premiere on iTunes.
Vancouver-based Big Bad Boo Studios struck a deal with Kingston-based TV Jamaica to air the children’s television series “1001 Nights.”
C3 Entertainment has partnered with 4 Corner Fingerboards for a range of The Three Stooges collectible fingerboards that will debut later this month.
Apparel and interior designer Amy Coe has tapped The Joester Loria Group to bring her brand into broader distribution and new product categories.
Vandor is adding Cartoon Network's original animated show "Adventure Time" to its lineup of licensees.
Epic Rights and Yoko Ono will collaborate on a global branding and licensing program based on the career of John Lennon.
Toys ‘R’ Us is gearing up for summer movie season with toys, deals, digital content and events for the season’s anticipated kids’ blockbusters.
The Game 7 Group, owners of the Game 7 trademarks and Internet web domain, has appointed SRG Ventures to exclusively represent them to develop the brand.
The Limited has announced plans for its first-ever Hollywood apparel collaboration featuring ABC’s hit drama “Scandal.”
TM Books and Video is planning a new DVD documenting the 50-year history of Ford’s Mustang brand, as the car celebrates its golden anniversary this year.
Carvel Ice Cream has launched a limited edition line of four treats featuring Ferrero’s Nutella.
Coolabi has started production on its brand new stop-motion animated series for 8- to 10-year-olds, “Scream Street” (52 x 11), with co-production partner Factory TM.
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