As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Artist Mary Engelbreit has teamed up with the app developer Auryn to create a new app featuring her artwork of children and of life from a simpler time.
H-57 has appointed C.L.A. Caldarelli as the licensing agent for its short story brand Shortology.
DHX Media has appointed Icon Promotions as its new licensing and merchandising in Russia.
Pop stars Nicki Minaj and Adam Levine will be providing behind-the-scenes access as they create their new lines for Kmart on Sears Holdings’ shopping site, ShopYourWay.com.
DreamWorks Animation and Rovio, creators of “Angry Birds,” launched the new “The Croods” app Thursday, in advance of the film’s March 22 premiere.
Mind Candy has teamed up with Argos, Sainsbury’s and The Entertainer in the U.K. for a series of Moshi Monsters Easter promotions.
Design house Santoro has opened its first pop-up boutique in the iconic London department store Harrods.
Paul Dempsey, incoming president of global markets at BBC Worldwide, has announced the senior team that will be joining him in the newly reorganized division.
Pacific Licensing Studio, the FIFA licensing agent in South East Asia, has appointed Dream Theatre as its sub-agent in India for the FIFA World Cup.
Sephora has released its new line of Disney Princess-inspired beauty products, this time featuring Jasmine from the film Aladdin.
The Band-Aid brand will add Nickelodeon's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to its “Magic Vision” app this fall.
The first two episodes of the new animated series “Filly Funtasia,” based on Dracco's toy brand, will be presented at MIPJunior.
Rovio Entertainment released the sequel app “Angry Birds Star Wars II” Wednesday alongside a range of interactive figures from Hasbro.
Stan Lee has teamed up with FiCentive to create a range of gift cards featuring properties from his children’s book label.
Marvel Entertainment has expanded its partnership with Rubie’s Costume Company to develop a line of Marvel costumes for the U.S. and Canada.
The Australian public broadcaster ABC TV has picked up 30 hours of Zodiak Kids programming.
After 146 years, Arm & Hammer stays fresh with licensees even as its younger siblings bring new brand extensions to Church & Dwight.
Publicists Céline Xerri-Brook and Lisa Hryniewicz are teaming up to launch a corporate PR service for entertainment companies.
Nickelodeon and Clear Channel Media and Entertainment have launched the network’s first-ever radio station-Nick Radio.
Saban Brands has extended its agreements with Nickelodeon and Bandai through 2016 for the Power Rangers franchise.
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