As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Guru Studios has announced a raft of new sales for its preschool series “Justin Time” that will see the show head into new European territories and Australia.
Disney Media has announced its television programming plans for the upcoming year including new Marvel animated shows and a series of shorts featuring Mickey Mouse.
Retail sales beat estimates in February as consumers adjusted their spending in response to an increase in payroll taxes and higher gasoline prices.
Sesame Workshop is taking the 20-year-old Sesame Street Look and Find products digital, with the launch of a new app for iOS devices.
Brilliant Brands has partnered with Worldwide Universal Brands to create a full range of bath and cosmetic products for its Luv Me Buddies brand.
Lisle International has added two new licensees for Moose Enterprises’ The Trash Pack brand including Blues Clothing for apparel and Brand Mania for novelty items.
U.S. retailer Dick’s Sporting Goods has announced plans for a new Field & Stream specialty retail concept, with the first store set to open this fall.
Entertainment One is expanding the Peppa Pig brand in Asia with new broadcast and licensing deals in Korea.
Macy’s and Conde Nast have announced plans for a new apparel collection based on Teen Vogue magazine.
Shine America has tapped Brand Central as the exclusive licensing agency for its series “MasterChef.”
MIPCOM has named chief executive officer of DreamWorks Animation, Jeffrey Katzenberg, as its 2013 Personality of the Year.
The Joester Loria Group has been appointed to build a licensing program for celebrity chef and TV personality Fabio Viviani.
The National Retail Federation expects sales in the months of November and December to increase 3.9 percent to $602.1 billion.
Brand Licensing Europe is kicking off its 15th event with a new show layout and more focused brand presentation for attendees.
A Squared Entertainment has teamed up with the toy company TCG to launch two business-in-a-box kits for kids from Warren Buffett.
FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment has increased the European reach of its preschool series “Tree Fu Tom.”
Atlantyca Entertainment has tapped Random House Mondadori to create an agenda based on the children‘s book series Bat Pat.
Zodiak Kids has announced pre-sales for its new 3D, animated preschool show “Zack & Quack.”
FremantleMedia has arrived at MIPCOM in Cannes, France, with more titles in production than ever.
DCD Publishing has signed a new deal with Reward Studios to bring its digital brand Magic Belles to gaming consoles.
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