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Disney has created its first Latina princess, Elena of Avalor, who will appear in a spin-off of Disney Junior's hit preschool show "Sophia the First."
Xcel Brands has teamed with True Cosmetics to develop a skincare and cosmetics line for fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi, called True Isaac Mizrahi.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has added a host of new gifting licensees for the Classic Thunderbirds brand at the Spring Fair trade show this week.
Penthouse magazine has selected artist Sid Maurer to memorialize the Penthouse Pets in a series of paintings that will tour the world and be available for licensing.
British home brand Laura Ashley has developed a new line of pet products with licensing partner Unique Petz.
The Perth Mint is honoring "Star Trek: The Original Series" with the release of two silver commemorative coins, under license by CBS Consumer Products.
Publisher Meredith signed a multi-year renewal of its licensing relationship with FTD Companies for the Better Homes and Gardens-branded floral program.
Merchandise Monkey has made a number of new additions to its range of officially licensed Sony PlayStation merchandise in the U.K.
Viz Media has partnered with House Foods America to integrate its character Doraemon onto the packaging of a range of tofu products in the U.S.
Video game publisher Little Orbit has launched a contest that challenges fans of the Cartoon Network series "Adventure Time" to create a new character.
Discovery Consumer Products signed new deals with toy companies DGL and RMS to develop products specifically for children.
Ugg Australia and Pendleton Woolen Mills have teamed to launch a limited edition fall/winter footwear collection.
Entertainment One Licensing’s preschool series “Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom” is gathering momentum in the U.K. following its re-launch this summer.
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DHX Brands has signed a deal with Egmont Publishing for the international rights to produce children’s books and magazines based on the Teletubbies brand.
Selk’bag has debuted a line of Marvel character anatomical sleeping bags.
Sony Pictures Consumer Products, in collaboration with Budge Studios and Lafig, has released the first Smurfs food mobile app–"The Smurfs Bakery."
PGS Entertainment has secured 100 percent carriage of pay and free TV markets in continental Europe for the new animated series “Alvinnn!!! and The Chipmunks.”
RJM Licensing has signed on to represent professional photographer Lara Jo Regan’s collection, Dogs in Cars.
Fathead and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia have launched a line of Martha Stewart Wall Art decals.
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