As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Sanrio and Art You Grew Up With have launched a Mr. Men Little Miss pop-up shop at Selfridges in the U.K.
EA has launched the flagship online store for its Need for Speed franchise with the help of licensee Joystick Junkies.
BookExpo America has teamed up with the Toy Industry Association, producers of the American International Toy Fair, to cross-promote their events.
Fox International’s BabyTV channel has launched its first dedicated collection of children’s apparel in a DTR deal with Latin American retailer La Polar.
Online sales on Cyber Monday increased by 16 percent year-over-year to $2.29 billion, according to the Adobe Digital Index.
The Davi Luxury Brand Group has launched its new Davi skincare line in South Korea under a licensing agreement with LG Household and Health Care.
New Zealand Post, in partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, has released a new set of stamps and coins for the next The Hobbit film.
Ford has tapped Mark Feldstein & Associates as one of the 50 companies to create product for Mustang’s 50th anniversary in 2014.
Peanuts Worldwide has teamed up with Storypanda Digital Publishing to bring some of its books to the iPad.
DreamWorks Animation and Cupcake Digital have released a new app inspired by the VeggieTales DVD, Merry Larry & the True Light of Christmas.
The National Retail Federation’s figures indicate broad sales gains in most retail sectors in September.
Licensing agency Knockout Licensing has brokered a deal on behalf of the Downton Abbey licensing program with The Republic of Tea.
First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama has announced new partners for the Partnership for a Healthier America organization–Sesame Workshop and the Produce Marketing Association.
Dick’s Sporting Goods is now the exclusive provider of licensed merchandise for ESPN.com and other ESPN e-commerce sites.
The Joester Loria Group has added two new partners to the licensing program for the Disney Jr. preschool series, “The Hive.”
China Education Television has tapped Bill Teitelbaum to serve as its U.S. representative for educational media projects in China.
The NBA and American Express have launched a new digital destination to bring some of basketball’s best players to life.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer has added another new licensee as it gears up for the 50th anniversary in 2014.
Endemol is investing an initial €30 million into a new global venture to build on its existing digital video operations, Endemol Beyond.
Little Pim, the foreign language-learning program for young children, has teamed up to launch a series of videos for preschoolers.
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