Wizart announces sales for Snow Queen 2: The Snow King at the European Film Market (EFM) in Berlin, which will be released in theaters across the U.K., South Korea, and the Middle East.
Rainbow announces the appointment of a new agent, Screening Agency, for its hugely popular Winx Club property.
Genius Brands International announces the consumer product licensing partners for Stan Lee’s Mighty 7 which includes Factory Entertainment and Black Lantern.
batteryPop announces the acquisition of six new premium series to air on the network including ANTS, This is Daniel Cook, and Professor Ambrosius.
9 Story Entertainment sells over 70 hours of programming, including Numb Chucks and season 2 of Daniel Tiger’s Neighbourhood, to Super RTL.
PGS Entertainment announces an international broadcasting licensing agreement with ABC TV Australia for Stan Lee’s Mighty 7.
kaboom! Entertainment acquires the entertainment rights to Zack & Quack, set to debut on Nick Jr channels globally in 2014.
Hoho Rights announces new international deals in the Middle East, Portugal, and Korea for the pre-school show Cloudbabies.
Company signs agreement with TF1 Enterprises to represent licensing and merchandising for the Pascualina brand in France.
Animated preschool series inspired by the world-renowned Paul Frank brand licensed to Discovery Kids Latin America by MarVista Entertainment.
Silvergate Media partners with Super RTL to bring the Peter Rabbit brand across German-speaking territories.
Twin-track licensing strategy to encompass the classic toy brand and Super 4, the first-ever Playmobil TV series.
International production and creative management company Cross Media International enters into an agreement with Tezuka Productions of Japan to develop distribution opportunities for Tezuka's extensive portfolio of popular properties and characters within North America.
Steve Macallister is appointed CEO at Zodiak Rights; he succeeds Matthew Frank, who is stepping down after 20 years.
Marvel takes over the publishing of new Star Wars comic books, with Dark Horse Comics losing the licensing deal it’s had for over 20 years.
DHX Media signs new digital deals with SpiritClips, ProSieben Sat1, DK ToonTV, and NOW CJSC for a variety of DHX properties.
9 Story Entertainment signs new licensing deals for Camp Lakebottom, Artzooka, and Making Stuff throughout Asia.
DHX Media signs a number of international deals for its hugely successful series, Yo Gabba Gabba!, with broadcasters in several key territories committing to continue airing the show.
MPC purchases a global site license of Fabric Engine, tapping Fabric Splice to build next-generation tools that fully leverage modern hardware.
The Jim Henson Company announces new international broadcast, home entertainment and digital licensing agreements across Asia Pacific, Europe and Canada.