As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Extreme Concepts is planning a new line of t-shirts featuring Kellogg Company brands and characters.
Warner Music Group has teamed up with Abel Fly Reel for a limited edition Grateful Dead fly-fishing reel.
Mattel has tapped Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment to release its upcoming Hot Wheels video game.
The season one finale of Nickelodeon’s “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” posted huge audience gains over last year.
Saban Brands’ Paul Frank brand has partnered with the Institute of American Indian Arts for a collaboration with four Native American designers.
Walt Disney Studios unveiled new details about its upcoming animation and live-action slate last weekend at the D23 fan Expo.
Rubies Costume Company has acquired the Colorado-based costume company Princess Paradise.
Knockout Licensing has been appointed by the production company The Asylum to launch a licensing program for its movies.
Earthbound has negotiated a new deal for the Chris Madden lifestyle brand following the end of its partnership with JCPenney.
General Media Communications, publisher of Penthouse, is planning its first adult nightclub under its Caligula brand.
Loudmouth Golf has teamed up with iZone Group to create a line of colorful sports and lifestyle sunglasses and accessories.
TVMania U.K. has expanded the role of Monika Albers, who will now oversee all licensing for company’s U.K. division.
Entertainment One Family has secured a host of new broadcast deals across Central Eastern Europe.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products EMEA is launching its newest entertainment portfolio–WB True Classics.
PEI Licensing has tapped Bioworld Merchandising to create accessories inspired by golfing legend Ben Hogan.
Mind Candy and Activision Publishing have released the newest Moshi Monsters console video game in the U.K. featuring the character Katsuma.
Fremantle is marking the 30th anniversary of the movie The Wind In the Willows by seeking new licensees for the classic property.
British licensing professionals are reporting a good trading year to date, with more than two-thirds experiencing growth.
FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment has added two new licensees and two publishing partners for “Strange Hill High.”
Saban Brands is expanding its operations into Europe with a new executive appointment and the opening of its first international office.
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