As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
FremantleMedia and Syco Entertainment have sold the 55th local adaptation of their hit format “Got Talent.”
Mimoco has teamed up with Comedy Central to feature “Workaholics” and other CC properties in a new line of USB flash drives.
Brand extension agency Parham Santana has launched a new licensing division.
FAM Brands has added veteran John W. Spotts to its senior management team as part of a plan the Marika brand.
Perrier Sparkling Natural Mineral Water is celebrating its 150th anniversary with limited edition bottles inspired by Andy Warhol.
Peavey Electronics has partnered with The Beatrix Girls, a new line of music-based fashion dolls set to launch this fall.
Brand Licensing Europe this October will welcome some of the world’s leading consumer brands.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products U.K. has announced plans for major retail partnership with ASDA for Man of Steel.
VIMN has promoted Kerry Taylor to lead the MTV brand internationally and oversee non-music-related programming.
Lotus is getting ready for the British Grand Prix June 28-30 with a new range of toys and collectibles in the U.K.
Anchor Bay Entertainment has partnered with My Gym for a new “Chuggington” cross-promotion.
Marvel Entertainment has teamed up with CafePress for a new e-commerce store featuring its Super Heroes.
BBC Worldwide has announced a master toy licensee and new publishing partners for its preschool series “Sarah & Duck.”
NBCUniversal has appointed Russell Hampton to its Media Innovation and Cross Company Initiatives group.
DHX Media has signed a raft of licensing deals for several of its kids’ properties, including Caillou and Space Invaders.
Maura Regan, SVP and GM of global consumer products for Sesame Workshop, was honored at the Women In Industry Luncheon Thursday.
Women’s clothing manufacturer Karen Kane has appointed IMG Licensing to develop its licensing program.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products EMEA has named LIDL as its European retail partner for Man of Steel.
The start-up incubator firm Brandemonium has launched a new licensing division.
Entertainment One has acquired Art Impressions, owner of brands such as So So Happy and Skelanimals.
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