When Rick Glankler joined FremantleMedia Kids & Family Entertainment in 2013, he set out to focus on fewer, bigger, better brands that had the potential for global success.
Following two key acquisitions, a major commitment to content development and various new licensing initiatives, Activision is shaping its future as a 360-degree global entertainment powerhouse.
Cartoon Network is taking on 2016 with a broad assortment of properties for boys, girls, tweens, teens and adults.
License! Global takes a look at trends in the global toy market that will influence retail sales and how children play in 2016.
The Jim Henson Company gears up for Labrynth's 30th anniversary.
The second annual summit will boast a new, larger location.
From an increased focus on building 360-degree franchises to a host of major executive moves, here's the news that shaped 2015.