Space Enterprises Ltd. teams up with children’s game giant Avanquest to bring TV hit "The Hive" to the iPad and iPhone.
FremantleMedia Enterprises secures new distribution deals for its epic boy’s action-adventure series “Monsuno.”
Little Airplane’s “Small Potatoes” secures trio of new deals, and passes one million "likes" on Facebook.
Turner Broadcasting System Asia Pacific, Inc. has named Melissa Tinker as Vice President of its licensing and merchandise division, Cartoon Network Enterprises (CNE).
Nelvana Enterprises and The Clifford Ross Company announced a partnership agreement with New York-based toy design company YOTTOY Productions to develop soft toys inspired by the Babar literary character.
Italian producer, distributor and licensor Rainbow has secured a licensing partnership with Mattel for toy rights to its new girls’ property and animated television series “Mia and me.”
The Jim Henson Company continues to expand the run of animated children’s television series “Dinosaur Train” as it acquires new international licensees.
Licensing agent Evolution partners with CCI Entertainment to develop new children’s animated series “Taffy Saltwater.”
SMC Entertainment Group has finalized licensing agreements in the U.S. for the new high definition television series, The Jungle Book, scheduled to debut on June 11, 2012 on Disney XD.
Children’s and family entertainment producer and rights management company Coolabi appoints two new agents for its hit property, Poppy Cat, extending the brand further into France and Korea.
Zinkia Entertainment, brand creator and producer of the hit global multiplatform brand Pocoyo, has recently signed a roster of new licensing partners in the U.S.
Bandai has named Los Angeles-based Sync Beatz Entertainment as the exclusive United States Licensing Agent and Brand Manager for its hugely popular Tamagotchi brand.
V&S Entertainment and Exim Licensing Group announced their partnership in the “Everything's Rosie” licensing program for the Latin America region.
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Zinkia Entertainment, brand creator and producer of the hit global multiplatform brand, “Pocoyo,” has licensed the third season of the multi-award-winning animated television series, titled “Let’s Go Pocoyo,” to Discovery Kids Latin America for its pan-regional cable platform.
Imira Entertainment, Spain’s leading production and distribution company specializing in youth programming, has increased the presence of its shows in Latin America and on Hispanic US networks, signing a rash of deals from its extensive library of third-party content.
Two leading names in the licensing industry, Rocket Licensing in the UK and Licensing Street in the US, have been appointed to take the popular pre-school entertainment brand “Driver Dan’s Story Train” into a wide range of categories across the two territories.
Leading European production and distribution company Millimages has secured a far-reaching multi-territory deal with Nickelodeon for its highly successful pre-school show “Louie.”
Toei Animation has made deals across Latin America for its classic brands, "Dragon Ball" and "Saint Seiya."
NAMCO BANDAI Games, 41 Entertainment (41e) and Arad Productions announced that they have appointed several new agents in relations to the U.S. licensing and promotional efforts for the upcoming PAC-MAN TV series (26 x 22’) property slated to begin broadcast on Disney XD in fall 2013.
Evolution has joined forces with Stanley Lerman and Ryan Broomberg to expand the capabilities of the firm, which is focused on identifying and monetizing all forms of intellectual property on a global basis.