Real Deal

  • Guru Studio Signs Chinese Partner for True and the Rainbow Kingdom
  • CBS Consumer Products Reveals New Partners for TV Brands
  • Killburn Live to Create Hasbro-Themed Family Entertainment Centers
  • Fathead to Create Echo Fox eSports Merch
  • Epic Rights Fashions Hendrix Collab with Libertine

Real Deal

  • The Peanuts, NASA Team for New STEM Curriculum in Schools
  • Brand Central to Rep TKO: Total Knock Out TV Series, Hosted by Kevin Hart
  • Cartoon Network, Cryptozoic Entertainment Reveal Limited-Edition Rick and Morty Game
  • Boolean Girl Tech Taps Child’s Play Communications
  • Guru Studio’s Preschool Comedy Pikwik to Air on Disney Junior
  • Hang Ten Rolls Up New Deal with KAS Rugs

You’re Hired

  • Gaumont Grows Animation Division with New Appointments
  • Guru Studio Ups Louise Jones to VP, Finance and Business Affairs

Licensing Show News, May 22, 2018

  • Teddy Ruxpin Animated Series in the Works
  • Guru Studios Unveils True and the Rainbow Kingdom Licensing Program
  • Kung Fu Pork Choppers Names Wicked Cool Master Toy Partner
  • Xtreme Play Partners with Ubisoft to Create Collectibles Based on Top Games
  • Cartoon Network Amps Up with New and Expanding Licensing Partners Across Various Brands
  • Fox Marks Return to Kids Licensing with Spies in Disguise CP Program
  • King Features, Wildbrain Reimagine Popeye for YouTube

aNb Media News, July 31, 2014

  • Target Names Brian Cornell CEO
  • DreamWorks Animation Reports Q2 2014
  • Guru Studio Launches Guru Arcade to Develop Digital IP
  • Sesame Street Celebrates 45th Anniversary
  • DreamWorks Animation Launches DreamPlace Retail Space
  • Trending on TTPM: Kids’ Rooms

You’re Hired

  • Stoddart Joins Hasbro Board
  • Sharma Joins Guru Studios

‘Sesame Street Mecha Builders’ Special Sneak Peek Episode Debuts on YouTube

To celebrate the upcoming launch of Sesame Street Mecha Builders, Sesame Workshop and Warner Brothers Discovery are previewing the STEM-centric animated series on YouTube. The first eleven-minute story, “Sesame Street Mecha Builders: They Sent Us a Pie,” can be found on the Sesame Street YouTube channel now. The series officially debuts in May on Cartoonito, Warner Bros. Discovery’s preschool programming block on HBO Max and Cartoon Network.