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• New York's Brian Yanish Designs has signed a licensing deal with L.A.-based apparel manufacturer Mighty Fine that will see new toddler, tweens, juniors, and men's lines sporting characters and artwork from Yanish's The Scrap Kins property. Expect the goods to hit retail before the holidays.

• The second ep of Nickelodeon's new UGC series iCarly attracted more than 3.4 million total viewers, a 68% increase in the time period over last year. Tween viewership shot up by 95% to score a 7.0 rating (1.5 million viewers), while the kids six to 11 audience was up by 40% and 39% more kids two to 11 tuned in.
September 19, 2007

• New York’s Brian Yanish Designs has signed a licensing deal with L.A.-based apparel manufacturer Mighty Fine that will see new toddler, tweens, juniors, and men’s lines sporting characters and artwork from Yanish’s The Scrap Kins property. Expect the goods to hit retail before the holidays.

• The second ep of Nickelodeon‘s new UGC series iCarly attracted more than 3.4 million total viewers, a 68% increase in the time period over last year. Tween viewership shot up by 95% to score a 7.0 rating (1.5 million viewers), while the kids six to 11 audience was up by 40% and 39% more kids two to 11 tuned in.

About The Author
Gary Rusak is a freelance writer based in Toronto. He has covered the kids entertainment industry for the last decade with a special interest in licensing, retail and consumer products. You can reach him at garyrusak@gmail.com

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