Monthly Archive: November 2015

Care Bears & Cousins makes its debut on Netflix

American Greetings Entertainment has announced that the new Care Bears & Cousins series is coming to Netflix.

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Frozen continues to deliver as Disney sees 7% growth in fiscal 2015

The Walt Disney Company has seen its full year revenue grow seven per cent on last year’s results, totaling $52.5 billion for 2015.

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Activision Blizzard launches new TV studio

Activision Blizzard is creating new original TV content based on its video game properties, with the launch of Activision Blizzard Studios.

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Sony Pictures details toy plans for Ghostbusters, Jumanji and Get Smurfy

Mark Caplan, Sony Pictures’ new senior vice president of global consumer products, has revealed the firm’s toy plans for big screen properties including Ghostbusters, Get Smurfy and the Jumanji remake.

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American Girl(R) Debuts New Digital Content For Girls, About Girls, And Starring Girls

American Girl(R) Debuts New Digital Content For Girls, About Girls, And Starring Girls -Innovative Programs Reflect the Creativity, Interests, and Diversity of Girls Today- MIDDLETON, Wis., Nov. 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ – American Girl, a premium brand for girls and a subsidiary of Mattel, Inc. (NASDAQ: MAT), presents four new, digital content platforms to connect, inspire, and champion girls across the globe.

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Rovio’s Alex Lambeek on long-term movie plans, Piggies potential and new IP

Alex Lambeek, chief commercial officer at Rovio, reveals how the Angry Birds movie will incorporate a digital experience, as well as what the film will do for the brand.

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CN Characters Head to ‘Line’

Cartoon Network has unleashed some of its most popular characters in the social messaging arena, with the launch of a range of branded stickers on the call and messaging app “Line” in Asia, available now.

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Fox Plans Dubai Theme Park

Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has tapped Al Ahli Holding Group to develop a Fox-branded theme park and resort in Dubai.

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Activision Blizzard purchases Candy Crush creators for $6bn

Console game publisher Activision Blizzard is leaping head first into the mobile gaming space with its $5.9 billion purchase of Candy Crush creator King Digital.

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CBS Plans New ‘Star Trek’ Series

CBS Television Studios will debut a brand-new “Star Trek” television series in January 2017 exclusively on its subscription video-on-demand service CBS All Access.

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