FremantleMedia announces new licensing deals for television brands

Published on: 22nd December 2014

FremantleMedia has announced a number of licensing deals across a range of categories for itsFremantle-logo300 entertainment and factual entertainment brands.

The new deals include a new gift range for quiz show Qi, a refreshed All Star Family Fortunes board game and a new board game for pop quiz show Never Mind the Buzzcocks.

For panel show Qi, FremantleMedia has signed up Wow! Stuff to produce a new gifting range. The range is currently being presented to retailers and is expected to launch in Autumn/winter 2015. Vivid Imaginations has been contracted to produce a refreshed board game for All Star Family Fortunes which will feature new artwork and fresh questions. The board game will launch at Toy Fair in January and is expected to hit retail in July. Finally, Paul Lamond has signed to make a board game version of Never Mind the Buzzcocks. The product will also launch at Toy Fair in January and launch at retail in July.

Pindy O’Brien, VP Brand Licensing and Retail UK, FremantleMedia, said: “We are extremely pleased to announce these new and renewed deals for our range of distinctive and popular brands. Our content continues to show great diversity and longevity and we are delighted that consumers can engage with our programmes both on and off screen.”


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