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CPLG to Rep Warner Bros.

Copyright Promotions Licensing Group signed an agreement to represent Warner Bros. Consumer Products for licensing in Benelux, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. CPLG Benelux will work closely with the WBCP office in France to find partners for all

CPLG Benelux will work closely with the WBCP office in France to find partners for all properties owned or controlled and actively licensed by WBCP. 

CPLG will license classic and beloved properties including Looney Tunes, Tom and Jerry, Scooby-Doo, and ThunderCats; DC Entertainment properties Batman, Superman and Green Lantern; as well as new theatrical releases such as the two highly anticipated films, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey and The Hobbit: There and Back Again.

“This partnership reflects our enthusiasm for leveraging our already renowned properties, as well as our exciting upcoming content, across the Benelux territories,” says Pilar Zulueta, executive vice president and general manager, Warner Bros. Consumer Products, EMEA. “Fans everywhere will be thrilled with the multitude of incredible property offerings which will come as a result of our alliance with CPLG.”

“We are delighted to work with the classic Warner Bros. properties which are so iconic around the world,” says Chris Protheroe, president and group managing director, Copyright Promotions Licensing Group. “There is no doubt that the portfolio provides our licensees and promotional partners in Benelux with exciting opportunities for the coming years.”

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