As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
The “Tamagotchi L.i.f.e. App” is helping to breath new life into the ’90s brand, with more than 2.5 million downloads.
Allsorts Licensing has signed on to represent the Where’s the Meerkat book series from Michael O’Mara Books.
Teen retailer dELiA*s has sold its brand Alloy to HRSH Acquisitions for $3.7 million dollars.
A+E and Hallmark have partnered to create a gifting line featuring “Duck Dynasty” exclusively for Walmart.
Disney Channel has unveiled plans for its new original movie Teen Beach Movie, including a full product program.
The literary estate of Roald Dahl and DRi Licensing are prepping for the 50th anniversary of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has added two new licensees for the boys’ series “Matt Hatter Chronicles.”
Publications International Ltd. has announced plans for the new activity pad for kids featuring Eric Carle.
Australian toy company Moose Toys, the creator of Trash Pack, is opening an office in the U.S.
DC Thomson has partnered with 151 Products for a line of car air fresheners featuring The Beano and Dandy.
Bulldog Licensing’s North American sister company is taking on the Garfield brand in the U.S. and Canada.
ABC Studios and Firefly Brand Management are looking to bring the drama "Scandal" to life beyond the TV screen.
Me to You, the brand behind Tatty Teddy, has signed up as the charity partner for non-profit Have A Heart’s Live Artist of the Year event.
The winners of the first-ever Progressive Preschool Awards were announced in London this week.
Electronic Arts and Hasbro have launched two new Monopoly-branded casino game apps.
Tele Images, a Zodiak Media company, has appointed Gladys Morchoisne as senior vice president of animation.
Iconix Brand Group has appointed Natasha Fishman as VP of global brand management and marketing for Peanuts Worldwide.
The Disney Channel in Germany will transition from a pay-TV service into an advertising-financed, free-to-air channel on January 1, 2014.
Brands with Influence added two new licensees for “Woolly and Tig” at Brand Licensing Europe in October.
Kunihiko Tsuji, chief operating officer and senior executive vice president of Sanrio, passed away Nov. 19 due to acute heart failure at the age of 61.
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