As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Yo Gabba Gabba co-creator Scott Schultz is planning a new television and app brand for babies and toddlers–Hi BabyBoo!.
Flying Bark Productions will co-produce the new of “Heidi” television series with France’s Studio 100 Animation.
9 Story Entertainment has sold three of its series to the National Geographic Kids digital video channel on YouTube.
The Carlos Falchi luxury fashion brand has tapped L & Leung Design Group to create a contemporary handbag line.
Nerd Corps Entertainment has partnered with Ciwen Media Group to bring the Slugterra brand to China.
Perry Ellis International is expanding its representation of the Callaway Golf brand into Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Dick’s Sporting Goods is now the exclusive provider of licensed merchandise for ESPN.com and other ESPN e-commerce sites.
Warner Bros. has released a The Big Bang Theory-branded edition of the classic “whodunit” board game Clue.
The Destination Star Trek live event is heading at warp speed toward Germany, under license from CBS Consumer Products.
Big Tent Entertainment has signed a long-term deal with HNJ jewelry to create jewelry featuring Domo.
TNA Impact Wresting has signed app developer Fantom to create a series of new Facebook game apps.
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products and IDW Publishing have teamed up for a series of comic books inspired by the TV series "The X-Files."
Entertainment One Family has appointed Monica Candiani as head of international sales, based in London.
Bulldog Licensing has brokered a deal between Life magazine and Benchmark for a new line of branded bags.
Atlantyca Entertainment has signed a deal with the California-based manufacturer MerryMakers for a line of plush dolls and toys featuring Geronimo Stilton in North America.
Big Tent Entertainment has lined up two new partners that will bring the character Domo to a range of apparel and accessories.
Multi-platinum singer and new father, Nick Lachey has teamed up with Fisher-Price to create his first-ever lullaby album.
VIZ Media Europe has added two new licensees for the Japanese video game and TV series Inazuma Eleven.
Feld Motor Sports has announced plans for the first-ever Monster Jam event in the Middle East with a show in Abu Dhabi, U.A.E., May 10.
Food and beverage brand licensing firm The Valen Group has named Sean Heitkemper as its new director of business development.
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