As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Quill.com’s Dunder Mifflin-branded office products will have a significant presence at “The Office” wrap party.
The Walt Disney Company has tapped Electronic Arts to create an array of games based on Star Wars.
License! Global, the official publication of the Licensing Expo, is calling for news for its exclusive Show Daily magazines.
Universal Partnerships & Licensing has teamed up with Cie Games to promote Fast & Furious 6.
U.K. Disney Stores are hosting Marvel Training Academy events this month, as Iron Man 3 reigns at the box office.
Nickelodeon is launching the first-ever global SpongeBob SquarePants-inspired short film competition.
The deadline to vote for the winners of the 2013 LIMA Licensing Excellence Awards is this Friday.
SoBe has teamed up with the design platform Blank You Very Much to re-envision its official assets.
Paramount Pictures has moved the release date for Star Trek Into Darkness up one day to May 16.
The Licensing Company has brokered a new partnership between Lysol brand and Quality Filters for air filters.
Egmont U.K. is planning a new monthly magazine based on Disney’s interactive video game Disney Infinity that will debut in February.
Trunk Archive has finalized a series of new collaborations that will see its artists’ work appear on products ranging from homewares to watch straps.
Celessence Technologies has launched an innovative new brand extension–scents that can be incorporated into textiles and printed products.
Sanrio has announced a series of new partnerships for the Mr. Men Little Miss brand in the U.S.
The National Basketball Association Canada has announced two new retail partnerships for apparel and home accessories, in a series of deals brokered by Studio Licensing.
Mezco Toyz, in partnership with Sony Pictures Consumer Products, is on board to create a line of collectibles based on the AMC TV series "Breaking Bad."
Polaroid has announced plans for a series of experiential retail stores that will allow consumers to transform their smartphone pictures into art.
Andy Mooney, former chairman of Disney Consumer Products, has been named as the new president and chief executive officer of Quiksilver.
As part of its long-standing partnership with the National Football League, Fremont Die Consumer Products has announced plans for the new board game, NFL Game Day.
Bravado has partnered with The Wish Factory to develop a product line for Carly Rae Jepsen, whose song "Call Me Maybe" was the breakout hit of last summer.
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