From the skyrocketing success of digital-first properties to major shifts in the television landscape to big name brand acquisitions, here is the news that shaped 2013.
LMI has brokered a new deal that will see Gascoigne Designs create reproduction furniture from Highclere Castle, where “Downton Abbey” is filmed.
Licensed graphics company Fathead has launched a new premium home décor customization service called Total Coverage.
Following its debut last year, Hasbro is expanding the product range in its Nerf Dog line with more than 40 new dog toys.
RadioShack has opened another custom concept store in Boston, Mass., near the site of the company's first retail location, which opened in 1921.
Tempur Sealy International has bought back its Sealy brand rights in Japan from its former licensee in the region.
Celebrity interior designer Jennifer Adams has reached a multi-year agreement with the MT Company for a furniture collection.
Fuhu, the creator of the Nabi kids’ tablet, has partnered with Simon Property Group to develop a technology-inspired kids’ experience, designed with DreamWorks.
Google has joined forces with Luxottica Group to design, develop and distribute a new breed of eyewear for its Glass program.
Waste Management, North American provider of environmental solutions, has teamed with two new licensees for a line of trash and recycling bags.
Striker Entertainment has gathered a group of top licensees for Summit Entertainment’s new blockbuster Divergent.
HSN has partnered with interior designer Alexa Hampton to launch her first-ever textile collection, Alexa Hampton Home.
Gwyneth Paltrow and Tracy Anderson are teaming up to build a licensing program.
Dreamtex has unveiled a new design innovation for its bedding line–the DreamCover–featuring the construction brand JCB.
Univision Communications has cooked up a new deal with Gibson Overseas and HSN for Ingrid Hoffmann kitchenware.
Kodak licensee JK Imaging will launch its first full line of Kodak Pixpro-branded digital cameras later this year.
Celebrity interior designer and TV personality Jennifer Adams is expanding into fabric.
WWE is seeing a lot of action outside of the ring with a new range of electronics and accessories and its first-ever collectible statues.
NBCUniversal Television Consumer Products has appointed Big Tent Entertainment to develop "The Biggest Loser" into a lifestyle brand.
Walls 360 has created a line of on-demand wall graphics for the Nicktoons series, “Rob Dyrdek’s Wild Grinders.”
Marvel Entertainment has joined forces with C-Preme for a line of helmets with 3D designs of Marvel’s Super Heroes.
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