First quarter numbers are in for Scholastic, and as the global children’s publisher expected, results were relatively stagnant for the seasonally small quarter.
Sao Paulo-based TV and film production company Glaz and animation facility Copa Studio in Rio are set to consolidate into a new holding company named Glaz, following the receipt of a seven-figure Investimage 1 fund under Brazil’s government incentive system Funcine.
The Jim Henson Company has appointed Florida-based toyco Jazwares as master toy partner for its Emmy-nominated preschool series Dinosaur Train.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products EMEA has named Moscow-headquartered licensing agency Megalicense International as its rep in Russia and CIS.
With Mattel signed on as master toy licensee by Sony Consumer Products, London-based indie agency Rocket Licensing is ready to start licensing the Ghostbusters reboot in the UK and Ireland.
Indie agency Maurizio Distefano Licensing has been tapped to manage the L&M program for video game-based property Angry Birds in Italy.
The French consumer products biz has had a little shake up over the summer. Longtime CPLG France MD Marina Narishkin is moving to TF1 Licenses, while CPLG has tapped ex-Disney exec Virginie Kleinclaus-Renard (pictured) to replace her.