As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Skybound and Gamagio have partnered to release the new game app “The Walking Dead: Assault” for Samsung phones.
Planeta Junior has signed on to represent De Agostini’s girls’ TV series “Camilla Store” for licensing in Italy.
ZeptoLab will release a new game app, “Cut the Rope 2,” this holiday season that will re-imagine the hit game.
Children’s media company Yummico has teamed up with New York’s WNET to develop a public media project focused on nutrition.
Scholastic Media and LeapFrog have teamed up to bring a new Clifford title the LeapFrog’s learning systems.
kaboom! Entertainment is bringing Echo Media’s "Toopy and Binoo” and Brain Power Studio’s “Fuzzy Tales” to DVD later this year.
Toys ‘R’ Us has debuted new Trick ‘R’ Treat Boo-Tiques in stores across the U.S. and online stocked with Halloween must-haves.
The Jim Henson Company has secured a raft of new licensing deals for “Dinosaur Train,” as well as new television and digital partners.
Rovio Entertainment is expanding its ToonsTV online channel to include several other Angry Birds-themed series as well as third-party content.
Following BBC Worldwide’s restructure earlier this year, David Weiland, executive vice president for Western Europe, has unveiled his team.
Hasbro Studios has tapped Shout! Factory to handle worldwide distribution of the movie My Little Pony Equestria Girls.
Unilever is bringing Girl Scouts cookies to Breyers ice cream.
CBS Consumer Products has inked new deals with a number of top publishers for the Star Trek publishing program.
Synchronicity and Valero Enterprises are bringing together Tootsie Roll’s candy brands and the art brand The Public Zoo.
Sesame Workshop has signed a new deal with Joker for costumes and masks featuring “Sesame Street” in Italy.
DC Thomson has partnered with 151 Products for a line of car air fresheners featuring The Beano and Dandy.
Nickelodeon is letting fans build their own Bikini Bottom in the new city building game app, “SpongeBob Moves In.”
The Joester Loria Group has brokered two new deals for the hit Disney Jr. preschool series “The Hive.”
Echo Bridge Home Entertainment has promoted Nathan Hart to the role of president.
Nelvana is planning three new themed seasons of “Beyblade” and the new show “Trucktown.”
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