“This channel is a labour of love for the Rolling Stone staff and is an opportunity not just to bring our brand of storytelling to new audiences, but make them a part of the story,” said Executive Producer Christopher Cruz.
We caught up with Producer and Franchise Developer Vincent Imaoka to find out about his career to date, including successfully giving brands the anime treatment.
“We look forward to growing the licensing program with thoughtful partnerships that excite fans and introduce his brand ethos to new admirers alike,” said Licensing Haüs’ Maria Alcaide.
New streaming service will also house live-action Dora the Explorer and The Fairly OddParents shows, as well as a CG reboot of Rugrats.
Fashion design graduate Lucy showcased her winning collection at London Fashion Week and her MTV range is now available to buy at River Island.
Jamie Anderson on serving brands that defined our childhoods.
“We want to be the number one adventure brand for kids”: Dinoski’s Will Chapman on Paw Patrol, licensing myths and bringing something new to outerwear
We caught up with Will Chapman, Creative Director and Co-Founder at Dinoski, to learn more about the origins of the firm, and why licensing was always a key part of the plan.
“It’s been one of the hardest creative adventures of my life”: Inside Shaun the Sheep’s Circus Show with Circa’s Yaron Lifschitz
Yaron Lifschitz, CEO and Artistic Director at Circa, tells us about the creative process behind bringing the iconic Aardman brand to life in the form of contemporary circus.
The firm is also launching Create Your Potato Head Family this Fall, a new play-set that allows kids to imagine and create their own Potato Head family.
We caught up with Joel Silverman, CEO and Co-Founder of KidsKnowBest, to find out more about how the firm is working with brands to help them understand, create and reach their target audience.