HarperCollins, in association with Vivendi and its licensing arm The Copyrights Group, will celebrate the 60th anniversary of A Bear Called Paddington through new content development, live experiences and merchandising.
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Cityneon Holdings has entered into a multi-year licensing deal with Lionsgate to acquire the licensing rights for “The Hunger Games: The Exhibition."
Oxford Limited, the licensor of the University of Oxford brand, has appointed Ingram to represent the British institution for licensing in Japan.
Nelvana has secured the global distribution, licensing and merchandising rights (outside of Greater China) for the animated series “Super BOOMi” from China-based animation studio Up Studios.
The Top 100 most valuable Chinese brands grew 23 percent in value in 2018.
Corus Entertainment’s Nelvana, WeKids and Toon Boom Animation have opened their joint talent initiative, China Tales Incubator, for submissions.
Sesame Workshop is set to expand its fashion and lifestyle offerings with a slate of licensing partnerships across Asia.
Entertainment One has partnered with iQiyi to bring its preschool property “Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom” to China.