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On Thursday, licensing professionals will host a series of discussions on the connection between licensing and toys at the Spielwarenmesse Toy Fair Germany.
Fox Animation, the studio behind the Ice Age and Rio franchises, has secured the motion pictures rights to the iconic Mr. Men Little Miss characters.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has teamed with Puma to launch a range of co-branded apparel and accessories featuring Tom and Jerry and Superman.
For the first time in the brand’s 56-year history, Barbie is pulling out a cape and mask and transforming into a modern day superhero.
Beginning in summer 2015, Disney Cruise Line guests can immerse themselves in winter with a host of on-ship experiences inspired by Frozen.
A trio of top chefs from France–Daniel Boulud, Dominique Crenn and Michel Richard–have partnered to launch a new cooking brand.
Paws, Inc. has signed a range of new apparel licensees in the U.S., Brazil, Australia, Canada, the Middle East and France for Garfield.
Oriental Trading Company is planning a multi-category program of school and party supplies featuring artwork and characters from The World of Eric Carle.
A touring exhibition celebrating the history behind the ITV series "Downton Abbey" will make its world premiere at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, N.C., Feb. 5.
Bare Tree Media will launch a line of digital stickers for mobile messaging featuring players from the Patriots and the Seahawks in time for the Super Bowl XLIX.
Winnebago Industries has partnered with Farm and City Insurance Services to offer a wide array of insurance coverage for recreational vehicles.
American Greetings Properties has lined up a full slate of licensed product for its Care Bears brand in the U.K.
Vans has announced plans for a new collection of footwear featuring artwork from The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine album and film.
Nelvana Enterprises has signed a number of international broadcasting deals for its “Beywarriors Beyraiderz” TV series.
ABC Studios has appointed Knockout Licensing to launch and manage the licensing program for its “Nashville” television show.
Brand licensing and extension agency Beanstalk has promoted Rachel Terrace to the position of senior vice president of brand management.
Mike Young, CEO, and Liz Young, president, of the U.S.-based Moonscoop, have regained 100 percent ownership of the company.
Zagtoon has tapped Bandai America as the master toy licensee for its new CGI TV series "Ladybug."
The German free-to-air children’s channel KiKA has picked up ZDF Enterprises’s preschool series “Q Pootle 5.”
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