Emily Whinnett joins kids' production company as head of development.
This week news of a Club Penguin traffic high and Chapman's move into administration are our top stories.
Brands like Little Charley Bear have "suffered" due to falling TV and licensing revenues.
Raa Raa the Noisy Lion and Little Charley Bear will appear in Let's Learn.
We take a closer look at the licensing programme behind Chapman Entertainment's latest property.
Character to appear as part of the AA weekend.
Chapman show peaked at 390,000 viewers in early April.
The firm is looking for a marketing manager to fulfill a six-month contract.
We find out more about Chapman's and CPLG's plans for the pre-school brand.
Easter holiday shopping centre meet and greets featuring Chapman character prove a hit.
Licensee event highlights sales successes and upcoming marketing activity.
The Ladybird range includes two story books, a collection of six mini titles and a sticker book.
Cbeebies character lends support to auction in aid of Childline.
Hit Entertainment sells broadcast rights to key platforms across the globe.
Target Entertainment secures new multi-regional broadcast deal with Nickelodeon for Roary.
Disney's YouTube tie-up and BAFTA Children's Award winners in the top ten most read articles.
Specialist media and entertainment fund invests just over £520,000 in the company.
Duo team up with The Sun for special competition; winners to star in Tomy TV ad.
Latest pre-school show from firm launches today on ABC 4 Kids.
Our biggest stories for the week ending October 7th.