As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
The Jim Henson Company has lined up 30 brands, designers and artists to celebrate the 30th anniversary of its classic TV series “Fraggle Rock.”
Chez Ray Sewell, long-time touring chef for the Grateful Dead, has created a line of coffee inspired by the band.
Discovery Communications has teamed up with Bischoff Hervey Entertainment Television to license the Discovery Channel series “The Devils Ride.”
ZeptoLab has announced two new publishing deals for its hit app “Cut the Rope” in the U.K. and Ireland.
The British Olympic Association has appointed IMG Licensing to create a licensing program for its Team GB brand.
Hostess Brands has obtained court approval for the final sale in its efforts to liquidate its assets following the company’s bankruptcy filing.
Activision Publishing has signed with Nordic Licensing Company to extend the reach of the Skylanders brand in the Nordic region.
Myplash, a reloadable prepaid MasterCard targeted to teens and young adults, will feature a range of Warner Bros. brands.
Design brand Lillipippins, which was a finalist in 2012’s License This! contest at Brand Licensing Europe, has signed two new greetings cards deals.
Long-running TV series "The American Outdoorsman" has tapped All-American Licensing & Management Group as its licensing representative.
BBC America has been awarded an Institutional Peabody in the 72nd Annual Peabody Awards for its “Doctor Who” series.
King Features Syndicate has teamed up with Razor MD for a new line of shaving products featuring Popeye.
WWE has appointed Gerrit Meier as executive vice president of international.
Bubble Gum Interactive has appointed the Empire Multimedia to represent its online kids' game “Space Heroes Universe!” in Asia.
Hasbro has tapped World Trade Jewelers to create a range of jewelry featuring some of its top brands including Candy Land and Scrabble.
Unilever U.K. has teamed up with Kinnerton to bring its ice cream brands, Magnum, Cornetto and Mini Milk, to the chocolate aisle.
Entertainment One Family has announced a number of broadcast deals for several of its children’s shows.
Mattel and FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment have greenlit a second season of their action-comedy series “Max Steel.”
Discovery Communications has partnered with Olaes Enterprises for a range of Animal Planet-branded apparel for young men and boys in the U.S.
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