The latest Disney sitcom success Shake It Up is set to launch off a tween-targeted merchandising program in time for the back-to-school and holiday seasons.
HGTV has grown to be the No. 1 television network for home and lifestyle programming since its launch in 1994, and now with the help of The Beanstalk Group HGTV is also growing into a leading lifestyle brand with a comprehensive licensing program across targeted categories.
Nothing says summer like a trip to the beach or the local pool. So whether you head to the sandy shores for week’s vacation or opt for a “staycation” in the backyard, there is a multitude of toys for waterside fun.
For Game Table Online (GTO), creating a gaming website wasn’t about claiming a stake in the online gaming scene. It started as a way to bridge the distance between two college friends who just wanted to play a classic board game. Those friends were GTO creators Robert Eng, GTO vice-president, and Joe Minton, GTO CEO, who played board games in their spare time in college.
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Although it may be imaginary, most kids know at an early age how to get to Sesame Street. Show creator Joan Ganz Cooney set the groundwork for this in 1966 after conducting a study on television and child development. Displeased with her findings, which showed children in underserved communities were underprepared for school, she set out to create a more focused educational children’s program. Three years later, Sesame Street premiered.