An exclusive look at how JimFielding is taking this upstart, multi-channel YouTube network and
its most popular content creators into the world of brand building, licensing and beyond.
The late famed pianist Liberace is set to play for audiences once again, thanks to a new partnership between the Liberace Foundation and Hologram USA.
Viacom International Media Networks Asia has opened the doors of its first retail store in Malaysia, in advance of the debut of a theme park in the region.
FremantleMedia U.K. has secured a series of licenses across several categories for the TV series Qi, All Star Family Fortunes and Never Mind the Buzzcocks.
Video care monitoring company Seedonk is planning a new series of consumer technology products featuring the Kodak brand.
Global entertainment company ZeptoLab, creators of the “Cut the Rope” game app, has launched a new mobile game-“My Om Nom.”
Men’s fashion brand Robert Graham has locked up a deal with Shirt Avenue for tailored clothing and neckwear.
CITV has ordered a second season of the children’s series “Thunderbirds Are Go” from ITV Studios and Pukeko Pictures, ahead of the first season’s premiere.
The Collegiate Licensing Company (an affiliate of IMG College) has locked up yet another university partnership.
Sony Pictures Consumer Products has partnered for the launch of “The Smurfs: iTalk,” an app that allows kids to interact with their very own Smurf.
News publication Newsweek continues to expand globally with its seventh international licensing deal for the publication of Newsweek Srbija (Serbia).
Disney Consumer Products has leveraged its hit film Frozen and its music for a comprehensive program that spans multiple categories.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has joined forces with Hendrick Motorsports to develop consumer promotions and original content.
Imports Dragon has added to its toy line for Nelvana’s preschool series “Max and Ruby” with a line of character plush.
Authentic Brands Group has added Zach Davis as its new vice president of celebrity, media and entertainment.
Confectionery company Cloetta has teamed with RTC Direct to bring the candy brand Chewits to the home fragrance category.
IDW Entertainment and Entertainment One Television have announced the first series that will be developed under their new first-look co-production agreement–“V-Wars.”
Ink has appointed Simba Dickie as the master toy licensee for the award-winning Russian animated series “Masha and the Bear.”
Multi-national sourcing and distribution group Li & Fung has taken the next step in its plans to split off its brands and licensing business.
SmileyWorld has again partnered with Herlitz, now part of the Pelikan Group, for a new range of back-to-school products.
Egmont is planning to expand its Masha and the Bear publishing program across Europe, following the success of the line in Russia.
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