Rockpool Licensing to line up tasty licensing platter for Becca’s Brunch

Rockpool Licensing has been named the UK and Ireland representative of the popular pre-school brand, Becca’s Brunch, charged with building the property across clothing, bedding, homewares and more.

The JAM Media-owned Becca’s Brunch has already found success on the like of Nick Jr, where it has been a proven ratings winner. The show is set to launch on Milkshake in Q4 this year, with Jakks Pacific already on board as master toy partner.

The master world wide publisher, Egmont and Candlewick Press (North America) have titles in development, ready to launch in spring 2020.

Becca’s Brunch follows the adventures of a little bobble hat-wearing bird named Becca and her friends in Wagtail Woods. Their exploits encourage children to think big, be adventurous and never give up.

Vickie O’Malley, MD of Rockpool, said: “I fell in love with Becca and her quirky group of friends as soon as I saw them. With great series awareness already, I’m delighted to be working in the brand in this next phase of its development and am looking forward to securing new licensing partners who can share in Becca’s quest to have the ‘best day ever’.”

John Reynolds, CCO at JAM Media, added: “Vickie’s fantastic credentials and enthusiasm for the show meant that Rockpool were an easy choice to appoint as our representative for Becca in the UK. It’s an exciting time for the show and am sure we can achieve great things together.”

JAM Media (, with operations in both Ireland and the United Kingdom, is one of the leading creators and producers of multi-award winning animated and live-action content for the children’s and preschool audience.

The company was founded in 2002 by animator friends John Rice, Alan Shannon and Mark Cumberton.

Rockpool Licensing was established in 2014 by Vickie O’Malley, former MD of CPLG UK. Clients include the Jim Henson Company and its iconic brands including Labyrinth and Fraggle Rock, Tough Mudder, the hit TV show Super Wings, and  Brambly Hedge, the classic British literary property.

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