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'Iron Man' lifts Marvel Entertainment 3Q profit

International Herald Tribune – 2008-11-04

Strong box office revenue for film 'Iron Man' helped boost Marvel Entertainment Inc.'s third-quarter earnings by 39 percent, and the licensing and comic-book publishing company on Tuesday also raised its 2008 forecast.
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Tribune Media Services Selects Vibes Media to Promote Ground-Breaking Mobile Content Services

PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance – 2008-10-20

Tribune Media Services , the content licensing division of Tribune Company, today announced an agreement with Vibes Media to bring TMS' extensive catalogue of name-brand editorial content to the mobile market.
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Online Content Marketplace InDPlay Acquired By Ascent Media

CBS News – 2008-09-09

Global Media Exchange (GMX), a division of media production and services firm Ascent Media (which in turn is owned by John Malone's Discovery Holding) has acquired Silicon Valley based inDplay, an online content licensing marketplace specializing...
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Bulldog inks TWF deal with Random House

KidScreen Magazine – 2008-09-04

Bulldog Licensing has inked a publishing deal for its Thumb Wrestling Federation: TWF with Random House UK. The deal will see Random House publish a new TWF book in a A5 format, including 96 pages of the property's characters and cut-outs.
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DCD Media signs major licensing deal, shares up

Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News – 2008-09-01

(Reuters) - TV production and distribution group DCD Media said Monday it has agreed a licensing deal with Classical TV Ltd for its performing arts catalogue, sending its shares up 10.42 percent.
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Eros, Star TV ink film content licensing deal for Indian mkt

The Economic Times – 2008-09-01

Indian media and entertainment firm Eros International today said it has signed a multi-film content licensing deal with Rupert Murdoch-led Star TV to tap the booming television sector in India.
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Forbes Turkey Magazine Moves to New Publisher

Centre Daily Times – 2008-08-21

Forbes announced today the change of its publishing partner in Turkey for its local-language edition, Forbes Turkey. Turkuvaz Gazete Dergi Basim Anonim Sirketi, a division of Calik Holding A.S., has signed an exclusive licensing agreement with...
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Koffee with Karan hits book stands

Hindustan Times – 2008-07-23

Diamond Books in association with STAR Licensing & Merchandising has released its most awaited book Koffee With Karan, a compilation of 23 best interviews of the celebrities from Bollywood.
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Content Licensing Firm GumGum Gets $500k Of $1 Million First Round

CBS News – 2008-07-21

GumGum, a startup that helps companies monetize and license their content, has raised $500,000 from First Round Capital,as part of a planned $1 million first round, according to peHUB, citing a regulatory filing. The Santa Monica, CA-based startup...
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TRA, TiVo Forge Data Deal

Adweek – 2008-06-25

NEW YORK TV audience researcher TRA has struck a licensing deal with TiVo to access viewing data from the DVR maker's 1.7 million set-top boxes nationwide.
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Viz Media Owners Revamp Licensing Unit

Publishers Wekly – 2008-06-25

Shueisha and Shogakukan—the two Japanese publishers that own the American-based manga publisher Viz Media—have entered into a new partnership to expand the company’s licensing and mechandising arm.
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Oceanhouse Media talks Dr. Seuss, book-apps and mobile edutainment

Guardian – 2012-02-14

But president Michel Kripalani is keen to avoid 'predatory' in-app purchase modelsThere are tens of thousands of smartphone and tablet apps for kids available on the various app stores, but how many are making much money for their creators? The jury...
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Random House drastically raises the price of e-books for libraries

Engadget – 2012-03-05

Oddly, Random House deciding to triple the price of its e-books for libraries is being considered a compromise. While others, like Penguin, are pulling their electronic tomes from the virtual shelves of our lending institutions, Random House is at...
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NewsRight lands first customer to license news

San Francisco Chronicle – 2012-03-14

(03-14) 07:32 PDT NEW YORK, (AP) -- NewsRight, a company created by The Associated Press and other publishers to scour the Internet for unauthorized use of their content, said it has secured a licensing agreement with a...
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A New Publisher for James Bond ; The Age of 'Perpetual Publishing'

The Atlantic Wire – 2012-03-16

Today in publishing and literature: Vintage has acquired rights to the James Bond books, Suzanne Collins sends Scholastic stock soaring, and Dante is under siege in Italy. James Bond has a new home. Ian Fleming's James Bond books, that is. The...
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PA warns over copyright

The Bookseller – 2012-03-21

The Publishers Association has repeated its warnings over government proposals to limit licensing...
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AP names McClatchy CEO Gary Pruitt as its new president and chief executive

Editors Weblog – 2012-03-22

The Associated Press announced today that Gary Pruitt, the chairman, president and CEO of The McClatchy Co., will become its newest chief executive officer in July, succeeding current President and CEO Tom Curley upon his retirement, The New York...
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Ruckus Ramps Up

Publishers Weekly – 2012-03-23

Since its launch in September 2010 by former Simon & Schuster executive Rick Richter, Ruckus Media Group had released 20 apps, but the company plans a big increase in 2012, with 100 new titles scheduled. To increase its output, Ruckus is using a mix...
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Licensing's New Balancing Act

Publishers Weekly – 2012-03-23

The adage “think global, act local” is an increasingly apt description for the international publishing strategies of Hollywood film studios, television producers, and digital brand owners when it comes to licensing their content.
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SCL to propose library e-book licensing

The Bookseller – 2012-04-10

The Society of Chief Librarians (SCL) is to have meetings with individual publishers over e-...
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