As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Disney Interactive has launched “Story,” a digital storytelling app that turns photography and video into stories.
adidas International Marketing has teamed up with Coty to expand its range of personal care products for men.
Universal Orlando Resort is expanding the theme park experience The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
Beanstalk has signed on to build a licensing program for the blogs “Bag Snob” and “Mrs. Lilien.”
WWE has teamed up with The Bridge Direct for its first-ever range of construction toys.
Sony Pictures Consumer Products has teamed up to develop a mobile game inspired by the upcoming film, After Earth.
Sesame Workshop has teamed up with Ape Entertainment to release the first-ever Sesame Street comic book.
Coolabi has added a trio of new licensees for its preschool series “Poppy Cat.”
Pedigree Books is planning a series of annuals featuring The Collective’s web series “Annoying Orange.”
VIMN Asia is partners with Thai broadcaster MCOT and content provider appleTool to re-launch the MTV Thailand brand.
Sony Computer Entertainment launched the PlayStation4 in the U.S. and Canada Friday.
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has tied up a multi-property partnership with Bioworld Europe for apparel and accessories.
Global Pursuit has signed a retail agreement with Galeries Lafayette China to introduce Uglydoll-branded merchandise at its store in Beijing.
Benetton Group and Puig have teamed up to develop a new line of United Colors of Benetton fragrances.
Classic toys like LEGO and Barbie are still at the top of children’s wish lists this year, but non-traditional items are also in demand.
USA Curling has signed on the dotted line for ranges of credit and prepaid debit cards, in two deals negotiated by RJM Licensing.
Dark Hall Mansion has released this year’s officially licensed Peanuts print inspired by “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving.”
Celebrity designer and TV personality Monica Pedersen has inked a new deal with Abbyson Living to create a new branded furniture collection.
More than 141 million unique shoppers went shopping Thanksgiving weekend, up from 139 million last year.
CafePress has launched the official online store for Cartoon Network’s animated series “Annoying Orange.”
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