As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
Zodiak Kids has finalized deals with two magazine publishers to produce the first-ever Mister Maker and Tickety Toc stand-alone magazines.
Perfetti Van Melle’s lollipop brand Chupa Chups is expanding into digital gaming with help from 4 Dots Media.
BBC America’s 50th anniversary special, “Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor,” not only broke ratings records but a Guinness record as well.
Grinchmas is returning to Universal Studios Hollywood with “whobilation” throughout the theme park.
Garfield is paying a visit to the Facebook game “Gourmet Ranch” for Thanksgiving.
Tsumanga Studios is planning a second game app for Rainbow Studios’ girls’ brand Winx Club.
Dark Hall Mansion has released this year’s officially licensed Peanuts print inspired by “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving.”
Cartoon Network has started production on the first Asia Pacific-made series developed for global distribution.
Ahead of the Asian Animation Summit, Nickelodeon has announced a number of broadcast deals for its animation properties in Asia Pacific.
Space Enterprises preschool series “The Hive” has been picked up by a number of new broadcasters.
Univision Communications has partnered with AEG Live to take its popular dance competition, "Mira Quien Baila"(Look Who's Dancing), on the road.
To celebrate the European TV launch and upcoming toy rollout of its new preschool property Mike the Knight, HIT Entertainment embraced the plummeting temperatures at the Nuremberg Toy Fair and set up an ice display.
NBCU Television Consumer Products has enhanced and extended the popularity of numerous primetime properties with various creative products and partnerships.
WBCP is flying high with its Superman property as it builds a major global consumer products program for summer's Man of Steel.
Marvel Entertainment and Feld Entertainment have teamed up in a new multi-year partnership to create live-action arena spectaculars based on Marvel characters and stories.
Design house Santoro has opened its first pop-up boutique in the iconic London department store Harrods.
Japanese animation house Studio Ghibli has tapped Diamond Comic Distributors to bring products inspired by its animated films to North America for the first time.
The American Mint has renewed its partnership with the National Civil War Museum a sesquicentennial product line.
The Joester Loria Group, global licensing agent for The World of Eric Carle, celebrated The Very Hungry Caterpillar Day Tuesday alongside the brands licensees in the U.S. and U.K.
Surfing lifestyle brand Hang Ten is refocusing its attention on the U.S. with a full portfolio of new products set to launch.
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