A collection of new celebrity chefs are taking the licensing world by storm with their dynamic personalities and unique product extensions.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has partnered with a wide array of licensees to develop fan-favorite gifts prime for holiday wish lists.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has lined up a multi-category licensing program for The Book Of Life, which hit theaters Friday.
Jamba Juice has entered into an exclusive multi-year licensing agreement with Hamilton Beach Brands to create a line of branded blenders and juicing products.
The Sun Products Corporation has tapped HIA Brands to develop a range of branded home textiles inspired by the Snuggle fabric softener brand.
River of Goods is planning a lighting collection inspired by the hit TV series "Downton Abbey," in a deal brokered by Knockout Licensing.
Two former Mattel and Spin Master execs have joined the team of the newly launched sports and entertainment brand–Day 6 Sports Group.
England's Rugby Football Union has teamed up with Wattbike for a range of branded exercise bikes and floor mats.
CBS Consumer Products and Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams are extending the furniture collection inspired by TV drama "The Good Wife."
My Gym Children’s Fitness Center has teamed with The Hain Celestial Group for a marketing campaign in the U.K. featuring Hain’s Ella’s Kitchen.
Knockout Licensing has renewed and extended several deals with key licensees for the TV series “Downton Abbey."
The heritage boat brand Chris-Craft has teamed up with the Miniot for a range of wooden iPhone cases.
MHS Licensing has launched the branded designs of artist Stephanie Ryan into a series of new categories.
Walls 360 and Rubik’s Brand Limited are debuting their new Rubik's Cube “melted cube” wall graphics at CES in Las Vegas this week.
Fitbit has announced a new partnership with fashion designer Tory Burch to create accessories for the company’s new wristband activity and sleep tracker, the Fitbit Flex.
Of second-screen users, 79 percent access a second device while watching TV programming.
DCD Publishing has negotiated a new deal with QVC for “Zalza 2–the Next Step.”
Tervis has tapped into its inner ninja with a new line of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles insulated drinkware.
Social expressions designer Kathy Davis has added a series of new licensing partners in the homewares category.
LMI has brokered a new deal that will see Gascoigne Designs create reproduction furniture from Highclere Castle, where “Downton Abbey” is filmed.
Belk has unveiled an exclusive new home collection from fashion designer Cynthia Rowley that includes bedding, décor and tabletop items.
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