As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Cartoon Network is showcasing a full slate of licensing and retail partners for its top-rated series “Adventure Time.”
HBO Global Licensing and Brewery Ommegang have revealed the next brew in their line of “Game of Thrones”-themed beers.
CPLG picked up a number of Homey Awards for licensing excellence at the Fox International Agents meeting.
CBS Consumer Products and Jewelry Television have created a new fashion jewelry collection inspired by the 1980’s soap opera “Dynasty.”
Discovery Enterprises International has unveiled an exclusive e-commerce platform for its TV channel DMAX in Germany.
Global Merchandising Services, in collaboration with Glow Europe, is unleashing a new line of One Direction collectibles.
American Greetings Properties is launching two new properties at Licensing Expo, taking place now in Las Vegas, Nev.
Cartoon Network is taking The Collectives TV series “The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange” to primetime.
Feld Entertainment and Mattel have extended the licensing agreement between Monster Jam and Hot Wheels for another five years.
Universal Partnerships & Licensing has extended the contract for its president Stephanie Sperber through June 2016.
DeLiSo, licensor of the baby toy Sophie la giraffe, has announced a new partnership with DK Publishing for a series of books.
BBC Worldwide Australasia has tapped Hunter Products as the Australian toy and game partner for the upcoming film, Walking With Dinosaurs 3D.
Universal Partnerships & Licensing has signed a raft of new deals for classic film brands like Animal House, Sixteen Candles and E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial.
Nelvana Enterprises and The Clifford Ross Company have teamed up with Soulland for a collection of Babar menswear that will be featured at Colette in Paris.
As New York Toy Fair wrapped up Wednesday, Hasbro unveiled a new theme for its Transformers brand, as well as new product for Sesame Street, G.I. Joe, Star Trek and Furby.
Fiesta Dinnerware, a division of Homer Laughlin China, has teamed up with manufacturer Town and Country Living for a new collection of home textiles.
Sanrio has inked a new publishing deal with Viz Media to develop a series of original graphic novels and a special single-volume comic featuring Hello Kitty.
Zen Studios is releasing the new game app "Star Wars Pinball" this month, under license from LucasArts.
The National Basketball Association, Sean John and Macy's have teamed up in a multi-year agreement that will feature themed events at Macy's stores across the U.S.
Amazon Studios, the production arm of Amazon.com, has greenlit five children's test pilots for production.
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