As one of the world’s leading preschool entertainment licensors, HIT is taking its coveted portfolio of brands to new and different places.
JELC is continuing to expand the licensing program for the art brand My Cat Pip, with plans for new books and categories.
Hugo Games has released its latest app featuring the classic character Hugo the Troll, while Limo Licensing works to grow the brand.
The characters of Sanrio’s Mr. Men Little Miss brand are making a stop at the toy department of the Galeries Lafayette in Paris this month.
Stan Lee has joined the cast of the upcoming video game “LEGO Marvel Super Heroes.”
Redan Alchemy has teamed up with Fashion Lab for a new apparel range featuring the iconic British character Sooty.
The Brooklyn Brewery has launched an exclusive ale created specifically for this year’s New York Comic Con.
The National Basketball Association has launched a new website in Canada designed to help kids and parents find places to play b-ball.
Brand extension firm LMCA has named Alan Kravetz as its new president and chief operating officer.
Things Remembered has appointed Catalina Maddox-Wagers as senior vice president, chief merchandising and marketing officer.
Coolabi has announced plans for a second season of the hit preschool series “Poppy Cat.”
CBS Consumer Products has partnered with Card.com for a new line of Star Trek-branded prepaid debit cards.
Old Bay seasoning will soon be used to spice up more than seafood, in a new deal with Thanasi Foods for sunflower seeds.
Creative Licensing Corporation has expanded its representation of the Terminator film franchise to include Terminator Salvation.
VIZ Media has become the North American master licensee for the anime series “K.”
The U.K. virtual kids’ site BinWeevils.com has named board member Rod Henwood as its new chief executive officer.
The Build-A-Bear Workshop has teamed up with Nickelodeon to offer SpongeBob SquarePants plush.
A second collection of women’s apparel designed by pop star Rihanna for River Island hit shelves Saturday.
Burger chain Fatburger is launching a line of frozen beef patties in Walmart stores this June.
The Joy Tashjian Marketing Agency is planning a comprehensive licensing program for the upcoming NBC drama “Dracula.”
CBS Corporation has wholly acquired the TV Guide Digital brand, which includes TVGuide.com and TV Guide Mobile.
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