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Brad Globe will step down from his post as president of Warner Bros. Consumer Products, a position he has held for more than a decade, in spring 2016.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has given a sneak peek of new levels in the upcoming "LEGO Dimensions" video game that will feature "The Simpsons."
Hasbro has teamed with crowdfunding website Indiegogo to find a new face-to-face party game that it will cultivate and bring to market.
runDisney is adding a second series of Star Wars-inspired races to its 2016 lineup, this time featuring the Dark Side.
Bleacher Creatures is adding the WWE wrestling brand to its line of sports plush figures.
Disney plans a global event to unveil new Star Wars toys, top franchises drive huge summer box office numbers and Oprah opens an e-commerce site.
Sun City is planning a line of branded apparel and accessories in France for Twentieth Century Fox's upcoming film Ice Age 5: Collision Course.
Major League Baseball has teamed with RockTape for a new line of branded kinesiology tape featuring the logos of MLB teams.
Carroll Shelby Licensing and Shelby American have opened a series of mod shops and Carroll Shelby’s Store locations around the world.
Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe has named FabZat as the exclusive merchandising provider of “Tekken Card Tournament” trading card packs.
Xcel Brands has teamed with True Cosmetics to develop a skincare and cosmetics line for fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi, called True Isaac Mizrahi.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation are planning a wave of new content inspired by two of the company’s most successful toy lines.
Cake has been appointed as the international distributor for preschool series "Woozle & Pip."
Time Inc.'s Marie Claire magazine has teamed up with Speciality Stores (a subsidiary of the Ocado Group) to develop a beauty retail business in the U.K.
Game developer No Yetis Allowed has released the new interactive character app "Pocket Shrek," inspired by the DreamWorks Animation franchise.
MAGIC MarketWeek kicks off this month and with it comes a host of playful fashion brands in all senses of the word, from childrenswear to iconic rock.
Activision Publishing has extended its partnerships with General Mills and Crayola for its Skylanders brand and unveiled new "Trap Team" toys.
Nickelodeon Russia has acquired two new local language animation series from Russian animation studios–Aeroplane Productions' "The Fixies" and Atria's "Robodz."
Gund will debut a new collection of plush and hard goods inspired by the world of Beatrix Potter, author of The Tale of Peter Rabbit.
Toy fair season culminates in New York City with an impressive slate of licensed merchandise on display.
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