Merchandise Licensing 

Sutikki taps another group of licensing partners for Moon and Me

Reading Time: < 1 minute Post Views: 2,775 Sutikki, the kids and family division of Bento Box Entertainment, has signed another group of new U.K.-focused licensing partners for Moon and Me, the upcoming pre-school series from Andrew Davenport, known for series like Teletubbies, In the Night Garden. The new additions join Sutikki’s first wave of U.K. partners as well as Hasbro and Scholastic  that are already on board as global partners for the brand. The new U.K. licensees include Cube for mobile games and apps, Spearmark for lunchware, drinkware and tableware, Dreamtex for linens and home products including duvet covers, pillow cases,…

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TV Series Licensing 

Acamar Films joins licensing agent to pick up two new partners

Reading Time: 2 minutes Post Views: 4,367 Acamar Films and its licensing agent CAA-GBG have signed two new partners for its award-winning pre-school series Bing. Laura Clarke, senior licensing manager at Acamar Films said, “It’s a very exciting time for Acamar Films – we have great companies on board for consumer products and we are looking forward to growing Bing’s presence even more in partnership with Jolly Roger and Redan Publishing. These deals enable us to take Bing and his beloved friends into new areas, giving Bingsters new ways of interacting with their favourite…

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Merchandise Licensing 

e-One’s PJ Masks on way to expand global merchandise programme

Reading Time: < 1 minute Post Views: 2,133 Thanks to new partners in Asia Pacific, Latin America the UK and Australia, Entertainment One’s pre-school series PJ Masks is expanding its global merchandise programme. Global master toy partner Just Play will roll out products next month in the Asia-Pacific region where Medialink has teamed up to represent the property in mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and South East Asia. Dianos will manage activities in Korea, and Bradford Licensing will rep the brand in India. Just Play’s toy line will hit Latin America in August in partnership with local…

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Character Licensing 

Rocket Licensing to celebrate Grinch’s 60th anniversary

Reading Time: 2 minutes Post Views: 3,106 In a heartening news, Rocket Licensing, the U.K. licensing agency for Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas has decided to celebrate the character’s 60th anniversary this year with an expanded licensing and promotional campaign. Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas was a 2000 made comedy film directed by Ron Howard written by Jeffrey Price and Peter S. Seaman based on the 1957 story of the same name by Dr. Seuss. It was the first Dr. Seuss book to be adapted into a full-length feature film. The Grinch’s birthday celebrations will start in the fourth quarter of…

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