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Llama Llama joins MaskClub.com for cloth mask range in fight against Covid-19

Genius Brands International has partnered with the MaskClub.com subscription service run by the license apparel company, Trevco, to bring the cast of its popular Llama Llama series to the cloth mask market. As part of the initiative, GBI will be donating a percentage of the proceeds to the Save the …

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Travel Man: Richard Pink captures the glamour of Pan Am

The air bridges have been opened and the holiday makers are scouring the internet for the best deals this summer, but Richard Pink, MD and founder of Pink Key Licensing recalls a time when travel had a certain glamour to it; a time when it was a little less about …

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Toymaster cancels its September show over Government restrictions

The Toymaster Show which was rearranged to take place in September this year, from its usual May slot, has been cancelled. The Toymaster group has made the announcement in the last hour, that, owing to the continued need for social distancing, and the Government restrictions on the number of people …

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Rugby League World Cup 2021 is ‘biggest project the sport has ever seen’, and there’s no better time to brand build

As the world waits for sporting events across the globe to open their doors to the crowds once again, the Rugby League World Cup 2021 brand has its own, additional project underway – developing and rolling out a comprehensive licensing programme designed to ‘transcend the sport’ itself and tap into …

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Apple TV+ to adapt Where the Wild Things Are and other works for kids’ series and specials

Apple has struck up a new deal with The Maurice Sendak Foundation that will take it Where the Wild Things Are, having secured the rights to develop kids’ series and specials based on the author’s famous stories. The multi-year deal is the first of its kind for Apple, who will …

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Disney to launch cloth face coverings and donate proceeds to the Red Cross

Disney is launching a range of non-medical, reusable cloth face coverings featuring Disney, Pixar, Marvel, and Star Wars characters for kids and families in the UK via its shopDisney platform. As part of the launch, Disney will donate 100 per cent of the proceeds from the sales of the cloth face …

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Dennis & Gnasher: Unleashed returns to CBBC with second series this month

Dennis & Gnasher: Unleashed will be returning to television this month with a new, second series, courtesy of Beano Studios and its renewed broadcast deal with CBBC. The new series is comprised of 52 episodes, each following the unpredictable and exciting adventures of Dennis and friends in Beanotown. it kicks …

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Dr Seuss Enterprises expands its licensing roster in Australia

Dr Seuss Enterprises is expanding its licensing portfolio in Australia with a slate of new partnerships and renewals for its property line up, including The Cat in the Hat, Green Eggs and Ham, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Oh, The Places You’ll Go, Horton Hears a Who, Fox in Socks, …

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Genius Brands and Stan Lee’s POW! Entertainment create Stan Lee Universe in ‘ground breaking deal for pop culture licensing’

Genius Brands has secured a new and ground breaking deal with Stan Lee’s POW! Entertainment to create the Stan Lee Universe. Under the deal, Stan Lee Universe will assume worldwide rights to the name, physical likeness, physical signature, live-action and animated motion picture, television, online, digital, publishing, comic book, merchandising …

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Acamar Films expands its licensing and marketing units to meet global demand for Bing

Acamar Films has created a dedicated UK team and strengthened key global roles within the outfit to better service the growing demand for its flagship property, Bing, on the world stage. As pre-school property’s popularity continues to increase in the UK, Louise Simmonds has joined Acamar as head of UK …

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