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Nickelodeon and Viacom Consumer Products, in partnership with Entertainment Retail Enterprises, has opened its newest Nickelodeon Store in the Dubai Mall.
Paws Inc. has tapped International Pet Group to create and distribute a range of pet products inspired by Garfield.
St Andrews Links Trust has renewed its agreement with CPLG to oversee the global licensing program for the 600-year-old Scottish golf course complex.
The Endemol Shine Group has launched a new game studio and publishing label, titled Good Catch.
Turner Asia Pacific has selected Eric Lee to lead its growing location-based entertainment business for the region, effective immediately.
Cartoon Network has launched a new mobile game, titled “Cartoon Network Superstar Soccer Goal!!!”
Popeye Magazine, published by Magazine House in Japan under license from King Features, has released a special issue celebrating the magazine’s 40th anniversary.
Toon Goggles has tapped CozyPhones to create a new range of headphones featuring its animated series “Eddie is a Yeti.”
Five Below, a pre-teen and teen value retailer, will open its 500th store in Trexlertown, Pa., Sept. 9.
Edge Brands has partnered with PTX Performance Products to distribute their products in North America.
Dickies has joined forces with country music star Canaan Smith to launch the new Dickies Denim Collection.
Aurora World is spinning off the Pammee character from its YooHoo & Friends plush brand.
Canada's Studio Licensing has announced the acquisition of Canadian licensing rights to Emoji icons.
DHX Media will provide more than 2,500 half-hours of content to Alibaba Group’s video-on-demand service in China.
Kids Preferred has introduced its new brand The Moodsters, featuring toys for young children that teach the fundamentals of feelings.
Moschino has launched its new Looney Tunes collection at retail, after first showcasing the collaboration at Milan Fashion Week in February.
Home retailer PBTeen is planning an exclusive product collection from YouTube star Meg DeAngelis based on the partners' recent DIY web series.
Full-service, global branding, marketing and rights management company Epic Rights is heading into Brand Licensing Europe singing the praises of its red hot, perennial properties.
Disney Channel has optioned the new tween book series from Scholastic, Upside-Down Magic, for the development of an original TV show.
Disney debuted a massive range of product to consumers around the world on ‘Force Friday,’ with sales success that only further bolsters the company’s dominance as the leading licensor.
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