Just Play and MEG Toys have signed a master toy licensing deal for the Puppy In My Pocket property for North America, South America, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and Southeast Asia. Under the agreement, Just Play will manufacture and distribute figures, accessories, and play sets based on MEG Toys’ evergreen brand of collectible, pocket-sized puppies. [Read more...]
505 Games and toymakers MEG and Giochi Preziosi signed a deal for multi-platform videogames featuring the kids’ brand Puppy In My Pocket. The Italian and U.S. toy companies are producers, along with Mondo TV S.p.A., of the new animated television series Puppy In My Pocket: Adventures in Pocketville, which airs worldwide on Cartoon Network. The kids’ show will provide a world of exciting adventures and content for handheld platforms as well as mobile games for iOS and Android devices. Games are slated to debut next year. Licensing Works! brokered the deal on behalf of MEG and Giochi Preziosi, while Creative Minx Marketing, Inc., managed negotiations for 505 Games.
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MEG Toys has signed new broadcast deals for its new animated television series, Puppy In My Pocket Adventures in Pocketville, produced in HD. The series (52 x 13 minute episodes) will debut later this year in Italy, and across the rest of the world in 2011. Presales have been negotiated throughout Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.
MEG and Giochi Preziosi, co-producers with Mondo TV on the series, will coordinate and manage the licensing program for Adventures in Pocketville. Giochi Preziosi will manage Europe, excluding the UK, while MEG, in conjunction with its merchandising agent Licensing Works, will oversee the other territories. The new television series licensees will join Puppy In My Pocket licensees, including Scholastic Books, Bakery Craft, NTD, Senario, Cadaco, Wiesner, and Redan.