PAW Patrol will bring its toys to life through augmented reality (AR), thanks to a new partnership between Spin Master and Poplar Studio.
The Noble Collection and ViacomCBS Consumer Products are teaming up for a range of Nickelodeon “toyllectibles” inspired by brands such as Avatar: The Last Airbender, The Legend of Korra, SpongeBob Squarepants, and Rugrats.
Riki Group named Gulliver Group as the master toy partner for preschool series DinoCity, to produce collectible figurines and playsets, plush, creativity sets, musical sets, and more.
People of Play (POP) Week, which kicked off November 15 and continues through November 19, announced new additions to its roster of headliners.
Hasbro will expand its line of Beyblade toys, inspired by the upcoming Beyblade Burst QuadDrive series premiering next month.
ZAG animation studio has established an anti-piracy department, supported by the hires of Marie-Claire Trinh Van Hi and Bei Zhou as global brand protection analysts.
Moomin will be ramping up its offerings to fans throughout North America. Its licensing representative King Features announced new apparel deals for the brand with manufacturers Just Peachy, Ripple Junction Apparel, and Rowing Blazers.
9 Story Media Group is expanding the licensing program for its animated series, Karma’s World which premiered on Netflix in October.
Cyber Group Studios announced the development of preschool series Yum-Yum in collaboration with Bob Harper and Dave Coulier’s Grilled Cheese Media.