A new licensing deal signed by Apple Corps with Universal's Bravado will see the introduction of a new Beatles merchandising line in the US.
The NY Post reports that the deal will see 'a refreshed apparel line' brought to its US stores in the autumn.
Beatles merchandise sales are reported to bring in $10-$20 million a year worldwide.
This follows the previous one with Live Nation held since 2007. The ceasing of this deal coincided with the departure of Dell Furano, Live Nation’s merchandise boss.
Bravado boss Tom Bennett said he wanted to place the merch in "as many key retailers as we can" and that the move would be backed by a big ad campaign.
The Beatles’ BBC recordings, are being re-packaged for release around the same time in September.