As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Marvel Entertainment is bringing The Avengers brand into the food and oral health categories in a series of new partnerships.
Rovio Entertainment will open the new Angry Birds Activity Park Gran Canaria Thursday at the Gran Canaria holiday resort in Puerto Rico.
The Penguin Children’s imprint Puffin is planning a range of books for Disney’s new Infinity gaming platform.
DHX Media has appointed Cupcake Digital to develop a series of children’s apps inspired by the “Yo Gabba Gabba!” TV series.
McFarlane Toys is creating a line of action figures, plush and novelty toys based on Ubisoft’s Rabbids video game franchise.
The heritage boat brand Chris-Craft has teamed up with the Miniot for a range of wooden iPhone cases.
The National Retail Federation’s figures indicate broad sales gains in most retail sectors in September.
The National Basketball Association has renewed its partnership with Under Armour for basketball footwear.
Toys ‘R’ Us’ annual gift guide will begin to arrive in homes this week and in newspapers on Nov. 2.
Planeta Junior has renewed its contract to represent selected works from the photographer Bernard of Hollywood.
Art brand The Gkrs has signed a new deal with Pool Over for a range of back-to-school and stationery products in Italy.
Mattel has announced plans to take its Max Steel superhero franchise global, beginning with the North American premiere of the animated series.
Entertainment One strengthens the global push for its Peppa Pig property.
Fox Consumer Products and NECA have revealed the first five celebrities that will be featured in their Simpsons guest star program.
Walmart has unveiled its back-to-school plans with a full range of licensed products and strategies aimed at saving customers money.
NECA and 4K Media offered fans a sneak peek at the product line for the Yu-Gi-Oh! trading card brand at Comic-Con last week.
Hasbro and The Walt Disney Company have expanded their strategic merchandising relationship for Marvel and Star Wars.
Shout! Factory and ITVS GE have announced a distribution agreement for more than 30 cinema classics.
CPLG U.K. has expanded its team with the appointment of Emily French Ullah as a new category manager.
CopCorp Licensing announced that it has granted Happy Kids, the children’s apparel division of Accessory Zone, rights to produce and sell Pink Cookie and Crusade apparel.
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