As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Nickelodeon & Viacom Consumer Products has unveiled its range of MTV headwear with American athletic brand Starter Black Label.
The National Basketball Association has paired with Society43 for a ranged of sunglasses individually designed for each of the 30 NBA teams.
Viacom International Media Networks has promoted Jill Offerman to lead Comedy Central brands internationally.
Mumbai, India-based licensing company Dream Theatre has been named agent for Platinum Films’ Matt Hatter Chronicles property in the country.
Sears has debuted its new retail model in Dallas, Texas: a smaller, neighborhood store that will become the company standard for new locations.
Turner Broadcasting System has launched its Adult Swim online, on-demand video platform in Australia, the first market to receive the content in the Asia Pacific region.
Licensing agency Knockout Licensing has brokered a deal on behalf of the Downton Abbey licensing program with The Republic of Tea.
Entertainment One’s Peppa Pig is launching two new live stage productions in Australia and the U.K. this month.
RoBel Confectionery, a division of RoBel Consultancy, is bringing the edible, temporary tongue tattoo sweets brand, Tung Toos, to Britain.
Online kids’ channel Toon Goggles is broadening its accessibility and launching a new app for Barnes & Noble’s Nook HD and HD+.
Mexican distributor and retailer Explo World will create a range of Fizzy Moon accessories and stationery for the Mexican market.
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment has announced plans to host the musical show "Madagascar Live! Operation: Vacation" at two of its parks this summer.
Les Editions Albert René has teamed up with app developer BulkyPix to create two games based on the Asterix comic book series.
Current J.C. Penney cheif executive officer Ron Johnson has been replaced by Myron E. Ullman, who previously served as CEO of the company from 2004 to 2011.
Home fitness equipment company Nautilus has appointed the Seltzer Licensing Group to develop a licensing program for its Nautilus and Bowflex brands.
Sprout has launched a new retail website that features a full range of products featuring the 24-hour preschool network's top brands.
Studio Licensing has negotiated a new promotional partnership to bring the main character of Zeptolab’s “Cut the Rope” to popcorn in Canada.
The Joester Loria Group has renewed deals with long-time The World of Eric Carle partners Kids Preferred and University Games, and signed new licensee Trends International to create stickers for the classic publishing brand.
Universal Partnerships & Licensing has announced plans for a "Fast & Furious" game app, to be released in conjunction with the franchise's sixth film.
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