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.
FremantleMedia has increased its stake in Europe's No. 1 multi-channel network Divimove, making Fremantle the majority shareholder.
Nickelodeon is partnering with Toys 'R' Us for an exclusive marketing program and in-store experience for the upcoming movie, The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water.
DreamWorks Animation is restructuring its feature animation business, reducing its annual output from three films to two in an effort to drive profitability.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has partnered with the LEGO Group to develop the first-ever collection of LEGO building sets for the classic Scooby-Doo franchise.
Sequential Brands Group has partnered with television and online retailer HSN to offer The Franklin Mint branded collectible and memorabilia products to consumers.
Knockout Licensing has established a core of inaugural licensees for Sony Pictures Television's TV series, "Outlander."
Nestlé has expanded its relationship with licensees Fraser and Neave to bring a wider range of its beverage products to Malaysia.
Winnebago Industries has partnered with Farm and City Insurance Services to offer a wide array of insurance coverage for recreational vehicles.
USAopoloy will create a co-branded version of its family board game Yahtzee with the film The Terminator, in a deal brokered by Creative Licensing Corporation.
The first book in Rovio Entertainment’s young adult book series Storm Sisters: The Sinking World, has been selected as a finalist for the Books at Berlinale event.
FremantleMedia International announced a series of programming sales in Latin America that were made at the NATPE Miami market.
Mask-arade is showcasing a range of new licensed masks at the Nuremberg Toy Fair this week in Germany.
Feld Entertainment has unveiled details of the storyline for “Marvel Universe Live!” which will feature the most Marvel characters ever in one production.
Carte Blanche’s Tatty Teddy character helped to cheer up Brits at London’s Bond Street tube station Blue Monday, Jan. 20.
Augmented reality and licensed toys were in the spotlight at the U.K. Toy Fair in London Jan. 20-22.
The WWE has teamed up with DK Publishing to create a range of titles based on the professional wrestling organization’s events and Superstars.
The Jim Henson Company’s animated series “Dinosaur Train” is picking up momentum in Europe with new consumer products and distribution deals.
DC Thomson has collaborated with British fashion designer Wayne Hemingway and U.K. artist Jon Burgerman on two new style guides for The Beano.
Lion Forge Comics has launched two new digital comic books based on the TV shows “Saved by the Bell” and “Punky Brewster.”
NECA’s new line of licensed cord accessories called Scalers is set to begin arriving on shelves over the next two weeks.
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