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PBS Kids is moving HIT Entertainment’s “Thomas & Friends” to its daily schedule beginning this October.
Big Tent Entertainment is sponsoring this year’s Vans Warped Tour with plans for a Domo-themed stage and brand activation events.
Zodiak Kids, in partnership with Studio Licensing, has signed three new partners for Tickety Toc in Canada.
For the second year in a row, Uniqlo has launched a line of Fender-branded t-shirts in the U.S., the U.K. and France.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC Entertainment have teamed up with Target to create an exclusive Justice League collection.
1928 Jewelry Company is planning a line of Downton Abbey-inspired jewelry.
Retail sales increased in April following strengthening employment data and increasing housing prices.
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment has partnered with country artist Lauren Alaina for the theme song for its newest attraction.
Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons, co-founders of KISS, opened the third location of their restaurant chain Rock & Brews in Torrance, Calif.
Indian preschool brand Purple Turtle has appointed The Licensing Group as its agent in North America.
1,800 brands from consumer goods categories like publishing, sports and food will be highlighted in the new Brands and Agents area of Licensing Expo.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has new partners for its classic brands and 2013 tentpoles in Russia.
Tokyo-based licensing consultant ZenWorks has launched a series of English classes for licensing professionals in Japan.
Easter spending is expected to remain flat this year with total spending expected to reach an estimated $17.2 billion, according to the National Retail Federation.
Planeta Junior Italy has announced a new partnership with the Nestle Group for chocolate Easter eggs featuring the new TV series “Maya the Bee.”
Planeta Junior has appointed Diego Ibáñez to the newly created role of international commercial director.
Fox International’s BabyTV channel has announced its first two apparel deals for children’s clothing in Latin America.
The U.K.'s Channel 5 has announced plans to air Viacom's preschool series, “Bubble Guppies” with Nickelodeon planning a product roll out this fall.
The American Mint has renewed its partnership with the National Civil War Museum a sesquicentennial product line.
Keds has is releasing a limited edition Champion sneaker as part of it sponsorship of Taylor Swift’s upcoming North American tour.
Viacom has teamed up with Globe International for a skater capsule collection featuring MTV’s Beavis and Butt-head.
The Juilliard School and Connections Education have launched an e-Learning program, in a collaboration coordinated by Brandgenuity.
Legoland Florida is expanding to include a new branded area featuring LEGO Legends of Chima.
41 Entertainment has appointed Sun City as the apparel licensee for Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures in France.
DRi Licensing is continuing to boost the presence of the The Aird Group’s Kimmidoll brand with new retail and licensing deals.
HGTV and HSN have launched a new multi-year partnership that will see HGTV become the face of HSN’s outdoor living category.
Fashion designer Nanette Lepore is expanding into the home category in a new partnership with Peking Handicraft.
Zodiak Kids has signed two new partners and renewed a third for the CBeebies preschool show “Mister Maker.”
Lisle International has announced three new partners for the app brand Temple Runin the U.K. and Europe.
The Joester Loria Group, global licensing agent for The World of Eric Carle, celebrated The Very Hungry Caterpillar Day Tuesday alongside the brands licensees in the U.S. and U.K.
The European film/TV group, StudioCanal has extended its partnership with Creative Licensing Corporation for another three years.
The European film/TV group, StudioCanal has extended its partnership with Creative Licensing Corporation.
41 Entertainment has signed two new distribution deals to bring its new series “Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures” to Spain.
Novel Entertainment’s animated series “Horrid Henry” is headed to a raft of new territories.
41 Entertainment has appointed Legend Holdings as the textile licensee for its new Pac-Man series in Australia and New Zealand.
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