As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Pan-regional preschool channel Discovery Kids Latin America has picked up two new The Jim Henson Company offerings.
Starz has picked up FremantleMedia’s “Bindi’s Bootcamp” and will begin airing the live-action kids’ series on Starz Kids & Family channel May 1.
Interactive company Ludia has teamed up with King Features and game developer Sarbakan for the new “Popeye Slots” iOS app.
Golf legend Jack Nicklaus has partnered with the Allen Edmonds Shoe Corporation for a new line of golf shoes and accessories.
Platinum Film’s has appointed Revolution to represent its animated adventure series “Matt Hatter Chronicles” in South Africa.
Viacom and LeapFrog are expanding their partnership to bring Nickelodeon videos to LeapFrog platforms in France, Belgium and Switzerland.
Jane Henson, wife and business partner of famed puppeteer Jim Henson, died in her Connecticut home on April 2 after a long battle with cancer.
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia has appointed Janet Stein as senior vice president of merchandising.
HSN has announced plans to feature a new home line from interior designer India Hicks Monday across all of its platforms.
Summertime Entertainment has launched a new virtual world that is a prequel to its upcoming feature film Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return.
Samsung Telecommunications America and the NBA have announced a multi-year marketing and technology partnership.
Rovio Entertainment and Activision Publishing have launched their mobile game, “Angry Birds Star Wars,” on home and hand-held video gaming systems.
Nickelodeon & Viacom Consumer Products has unveiled its range of MTV headwear with American athletic brand Starter Black Label.
WWE Studios and Film Roman are pairing to co-produce a series of animated webisodes.
Yo Gabba Gabba co-creator Scott Schultz is planning a new television and app brand for babies and toddlers–Hi BabyBoo!.
Viacom International Media Networks and Twitter have inked to feature the beauty brand Essence in a Twitter Amplify campaign.
Stuller and World Trade Jewelers have extended their brand collaboration agreement to include Scrabble-brand jewelry.
Playing card company Cartamundi U.K. has made two new additions to its sales and marketing team.
Nickelodeon has picked up 40 episodes of the game show “Go Viral” (working title) from Ryan Seacrest Productions.
North American licensing agent SMC Entertainment Group is continuing to expand the licensing program for “Angry Little Girls!.”
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