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.
Nelvana is planning three new themed seasons of “Beyblade” and the new show “Trucktown.”
Licensing Expo will open its doors in just four days and this year's event promises to be bigger and better than ever.
Disney Consumer Products has rolled out an extensive product collection for Monsters University.
Mind Candy has announced plans to produce an animated series based on Moshi Monsters.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products EMEA has named LIDL as its European retail partner for Man of Steel.
Kathy Ireland has announced a new collaboration with Royal Footwear & Accessories.
FIFA has named Hy-Pro International as the licensee for the 2014 World Cup.
Atlantyca Entertainment has launched a new intellectual property division.
Topline has teamed up with the NBA and Sanrio for a line of NBA apparel featuring Hello Kitty.
Discovery Communications has teamed up for Animal Planet pet products and kitchenware.
Coolabi has appointed Planeta Junior and Limo Licensing to represent its preschool brand Poppy Cat in Poland and Scandinavia, respectively.
SLR Productions has launched an iPad game for the preschool series "Guess How Much I Love You-The Adventures of Little Nutbrown Hare."
SMC Entertainment Group has promoted Lisa Streff to executive vice president of consumer products.
The Joester Loria Group has announced that Society Original Products is the latest Mountain Dew Green Label Exclusives partner and is planning a Dew-inspired line of apparel and accessories.
Scholastic U.K. is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its Horrible Histories book series with new publishing activity and licensing partners.
Creative Licensing Corporation has been appointed to represent the licensing program for the 2011 hit film, Drive.
Japanese designer Nigo has unveiled his new line of Coca-Cola menswear, which will be available at the Japanese boutique Beams.
Rovio Entertainment has announced an innovative distribution plan for its new animated series, “Angry Birds Toons,” which will be integrated into its game apps in addition to airing on traditional TV and video-on-demand networks.
Mind Candy has teamed up with Argos, Sainsbury’s and The Entertainer in the U.K. for a series of Moshi Monsters Easter promotions.
Japanese animation house Studio Ghibli has tapped Diamond Comic Distributors to bring products inspired by its animated films to North America for the first time.
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