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.
Walls 360 is featuring the work of artist Caleb Gray in a new line of removable wall decals for kids.
Wham-O and Precious Tales are planning a line of pet products inspired by classic Wham-O toy brands such as Frisbee and Hula Hoop.
Oscar de la Renta is planning a limited edition tabletop collection created in collaboration with the New York Botanical Garden.
Reckitt Benckiser's Air Wick air freshener brand has launched new scents inspired by the essence of four U.S. national parks.
Destination Maternity has partnered with family lifestyle expert and designer Wendy Bellissimo for her first foray into maternity wear.
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.
Insulated drinkware manufacturer Tervis has joined the roster of licensees for the lifestyle brand Peace Frogs.
SEGA of America has teamed up with Epic-Scents to develop a line of air care products inspired by its brands.
Mimoco has unveiled the next branded Mimobot USB drives–Bruce Lee and Adventure Time Ice King.
Jeffco Fibres has signed a deal with The Sun Products Corporation for Snuggle-branded bedding.
The Husqvarna Group has appointed Golden Goose as the U.K. licensing agent for its Flymo gardening brand.
Marvel Entertainment continues to build the licensing program for its 2014 film Marvel’s Guardians of The Galaxy.
According to a recent survey conducted by research group NPD, most households own a mobile device in some form, with children becoming increasingly tech savvy. Does this open the category to more product opportunities than ever before?
Bravado, Universal Music Group’s global music merchandising company, has taken on two new North American licensees for The Beatles brand.
Majesco Entertainment Company has launched the “Zumba Kids” video game, based on the live specialty programs of the same name.
The Wildflower Group and Hermes-OTTO International have teamed up to expand the home furnishings brand Bombay.
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