As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
It is now possible to actually find out what someone would do for a Klondike bar, in a new board game from All Things Equal.
Zodiak Kids has finalized a new deal to bring Tickety Toc apparel and sleepwear to Walmart Canada.
American Greetings Properties has launched a new partnership between Care Bears and the character Bunny King in Asia.
The MLB and Konami have launched a new free-to-play, social mobile game “MLB Live Challenge.”
Timeless Trésor has launched an exclusive line of The Wizard of Oz jewelry based on the books.
Anuman Interactive has announced plans for a new Garfield racing app, “Garfield Kart.”
Back-to-school shopping began earlier than ever this year, according to the National Retail Federation.
Sony Computer Entertainment’s PlayStation4 system will launch in November the U.S, Canada, Europe and Latin America.
Zak Designs is bringing the magic of Disney’s Sophia the First to every meal with a new line of dinnerware.
Big Tent Entertainment has tapped Konami Digital Entertainment for a new game app featuring the character Domo.
Strawberry Shortcake made her North American theatrical debut in Koba Entertainment's musical production, "Strawberry Shortcake: Follow Your Berry Own Beat," Jan. 13.
Bif Bang Pow! has announced plans for a line of Star Trek bobble heads under license from CBS Consumer Products.
The North London Premier League football club Tottenham Hotspur has appointed Velocity Brand Management to extend its brand in Australia and New Zealand.
Interactive production company Plug-in Media has begun developing first original IP in partnership with CBeebies.
PPW Toys has announced plans for a line of Marvel-themed Mr. Potato Heads in a new deal with Hasbro and Marvel Entertainment.
Rainbow has tapped European construction blocks manufacturer Cobi for a line of Winx Club building sets based on the television series.
VIMN has announced two new promotions in its Nickelodeon and Viacom Consumer Products division–Ron Johnson as executive vice president, NVCP, and Mark Kingston as general manager and senior vice president, NVCP EMEA & Australia.
Paul Dempsey, incoming president of global markets at BBC Worldwide, has announced the senior team that will be joining him in the newly reorganized division.
The World Wildlife Fund and Earth Hour have named Zinkia Entertainment’s Pocoyo as the global kids’ ambassador for Earth Hour 2013.
Keds has is releasing a limited edition Champion sneaker as part of it sponsorship of Taylor Swift’s upcoming North American tour.
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