A collection of new celebrity chefs are taking the licensing world by storm with their dynamic personalities and unique product extensions.
Video care monitoring company Seedonk is planning a new series of consumer technology products featuring the Kodak brand.
Game developer Atari is planning a mobile fitness app that incorporates its classic video games such as "Pong" and "Centipede" into exercise routines.
The University of California, Davis has partnered with alumni-owned business City Bicycle Company to create a branded bicycle.
Harley-Davidson is partnering with Cobra Electronics for a special, limited edition Harley-Davidson-branded CB radio.
Brand development and licensing agency Carmella Johns Unlimited has appointed Segal Licensing to represent the lifestyle brand Ragnar in Canada.
Lowe’s and the Sherwin-Williams Company are pairing to bring the HGTV Home by Sherwin-Williams line to Lowe’s and Sherwin-Williams retail locations.
The International Consumer Electronics Show is planning a special FamilyTech Summit at the 2015 show Jan. 7.
The Victoria & Albert Museum in South Kensington, England, has announced a series of new licensing partnerships for products ranging from stationery to textiles.
Santoro London continues to grow the global licensing programs for its art brands Mirabelle and Kori Kumi.
"Downton Abbey" continues to add to its roster of gift and home furnishings inspired by the aristocratic Crawley family.
Waterproof case maker LifeProof has unveiled a new line of iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s cases featuring licensor Realtree’s camouflage patterns.
Brick Lane Bikes has appointed London-based consultancy firm Foundry Brand Consultants to gear up its licensing program.
Dreams has debuted the new HGTV Home sleep collection, which features items for the whole family from pets to parents.
RadioShack announced plans to close up to 1100 underperforming stores in the U.S. at its fourth quarter earnings report Tuesday.
Men’s Health U.K. magazine is expanding its licensing efforts in the U.K. and Europe with new deals for fitness equipment and beef jerky.
Google has joined forces with Luxottica Group to design, develop and distribute a new breed of eyewear for its Glass program.
Veteran illustrator Phil Marden has signed a number of new deals for his humorous conceptual illustrations.
British lifestyle brand Belle & Boo has struck a deal with Character World for a collection of licensed bedroom textiles.
NBCUniversal has signed four new licensees for “The Biggest Loser” for a variety of products designed to reinforce the healthy living franchise.
Rio Licensing has brokered an extension of its deal with Nordtex in Russia for Hello Kitty-branded household goods and home textiles.
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