Fisher-Price plans to turn its Little People line of toys into an animated TV series that will debut in 2015. The company has turned to children's television producer HIT Entertainment to begin…
Amazon is integrating product purchasing directly with a kid's TV show — a potentially controversial model that the ecommerce giant could expand to other franchises. Amazon will let customers watch…
Hard Rock Hotels, which has long catered to a younger crowd, now hopes to start luring kids and their parents through a licensing deal with HIT Entertainment under which it will offer character-based…
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Toymaker Mattel Monday announced plans to acquire Hit Ent. for $680 million in cash from U.K. private equity firm Apax Partners.
Hit Entertainment, the kidvid mainstay known for "Thomas the Tank Engine," "Barney and Friends" and "Bob the Builder," has launched a movie division.
The CEO of U.K. children's specialist, Hit Entertainment, has resigned from the company after three years in the job.