Discovery Consumer Products extends its direct-to-retail partnerships with both Toys ‘R’ Us, US and Toys ‘R’ Us, Australia through to 2017.
Jakks reports a 16.9% increase in net sales for Q2 2014, but still sustains overall losses of US$9.1 million.
Hasbro is letting fans 3D print their own toys inspired by the popular My Little Pony brand. The toy maker has teamed up with Shapeways to launch SuperFanArt, a website showcasing My Little Pony artwork and 3D designs.
Hoho Rights tapped Active Merchandising to represent the preschool property in the German-speaking nations.
L.A.-based Genius Brands International has appointed industry veteran Stone Newman as the brand management company’s president of global consumer products.
Canada’s Mercury Active is taking a page from the advances in augmented and virtual reality tech that had tongues wagging at this year’s GDC for its new line of Incredebooks. So can the digital shop boldly take printed kids books where they haven’t been before?