With the series' 50th anniversary in full swing, the BBC's iconic sci-fi franchise celebrates five decades as a global phenomenon and brand licensing juggernaut.
From New York to Moscow, here are 50 retailers that present powerful opportunities for brand licensing.
With a new original movie and several other programs, Disney Channels is leveraging its creative tide and its synergy with DCP to create the next wave of popular franchises.
Macy’s and Lids Sports Group are teaming up to open sports team merchandise departments.
Disney Interactive has released a new iPad app that allows fans to explore the world of Disney animation.
The Jim Henson Company has officially launched its newest preschool property, Chatter Zoo.
Rodale has Golden Goose to build a licensing program for its Men’s Health magazine in Europe.
Trinity Mirror has appointed Lisle to develop a U.K. merchandising program for the comic strip character Andy Capp.
SEGA Europe has tapped London Cakes for Sonic the Hedgehog-themed party cakes.
Duncan Toys Company and Walt Disney Parks and Resorts have entered into a long-term strategic alliance.
Moose Toys has launched a new collectible brand for girls–The Zelfs.
Big Tent Entertainment has signed a long-term deal with HNJ jewelry to create jewelry featuring Domo.
Licensed Twitter property @iQuoteForHer will soon move from computer screens to products with the extension of the brand to women's apparel.
PVH has inked two new deals with BH Fashion Retailers to bring Izod and Van Heusen-branded apparel and accessories to the Philippines.
Caribou Coffee has brewed up a new deal with Faribault Woolen Mill to create a line of co-branded coffee accessories and novelty items.
TV personality Bethenny Frankel has added a new non-alcoholic option to her line of Skinnygirl beverages.
The Winterthur Museum Garden & Library in Delaware will play host to Downton’s Abbey’s Crawleys, or a least some of their clothes, in 2014 and 2015.
Tele Images, a Zodiak Media company, has appointed Gladys Morchoisne as senior vice president of animation.
m4e has picked up “B-Daman Crossfire” for its TV platform and will also represent the brand for licensing in German-speaking territories.
The Paley Center for Media in California has partnered with CBS Consumer Products for a Star Trek gallery exhibition.
The Jim Henson Company continues to build both the audience and the licensing program for its series “Dinosaur Train” in Germany.
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