EUTM file information

009011917

Arte Summer of the 60.S


April 7, 2010

Trademark Summary

The trademark application arte Summer of the 60.S was filed by ASSOCIATION RELATIVE A LA TELEVISION EUROPEENNE (ARTE) G.E.I.E. (Groupement Européen d'Intérêt Economique), a corporation established under the laws of the French Republic (the "Applicant"). The application was published for oppositions on July 20, 2010, and it was registered by office on November 2, 2010 without any oppositions.

The application was filed in French (English was selected as the second language).

The renewal of the trademark was recorded by the office on February 8, 2021.

of the trademark registration was recorded on February 8, 2021. Change of name and professional address of the trademark registration was recorded on January 31, 2019.


Goods And Services

  • The mark was filed in class 9 with following description of goods:
    1. Apparatus for recording, reproduction or transmission of sound or images
    2. Computer software, computer peripherals, scientific apparatus (other than for medical purposes), nautical, surveying, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, signalling, checking (supervision), life-saving and teaching apparatus and instruments
    3. Pre-recorded mechanical, magnetic, magneto-optical, optical and electronic carriers for sound, and/or image and/or data
    4. Mouse mats
    5. Database programs
    6. Computer software
    7. Network-supporting computer software (netware)
    8. Media for transmission, reproduction and duplication of sound and/or images
    9. Pre-recorded or blank video cassettes and video discs, pre-recorded or blank laser cassettes and laser discs, magnetic tape cassettes and recording discs, sound, digital and audio-visual recordings
    10. Compact discs, video discs, optical discs, digital optical discs
    11. Digital versatile video discs
    12. Electronic cards, electronic games cards
    13. Television and/or audiovisual interactive games (software)
    14. Electronic and automatic games adapted for use only with television receivers and/or computer screens.
  • The mark was filed in class 16 with following description of goods:
    1. Goods of paper and cardboard, namely writing paper, packaging containers and bags, and wrapping paper
    2. Printed matter, namely newspapers, periodicals, magazines, pamphlets, leaflets, prospectuses, programmes, press folders, photo albums, books, calendars, posters, also in book form, transparencies, entrance tickets, postcards, including postcards in the form of adhesive postcards, non-encoded identity cards
    3. Stationery, including writing and drawing implements, stickers (including self-adhesive stickers)
    4. Instructional and teaching material (except apparatus) in the form of printed matter
    5. Plastic materials for packaging, namely sleeves, pouches, bags, films, the latter including self-adhesive or for decorative purposes.
  • The mark was filed in class 35 with Retail in shops, department stores, distance selling catalogues, via the Internet and by any other telecommunications network, goods relating to audio and video entertainment, namely games, computer games, downloadable games, audio and video media, digital versatile discs (DVDs), compact discs, books, journals, newspapers, computer applications, computer software and administrative management of a teleshopping channel..
  • The mark was filed in class 38 with following description of goods:
    1. Telecommunications
    2. Broadcasting, distribution and transmission of television, radio, telecommunications and data signals via digital and analog wireless and/or cable networks, including via on-line and off-line operations in the form of interactive electronic media services, and via computer
    3. Collection and supply of information (information agencies)
    4. Providing Internet access
    5. Providing portals on the Internet
    6. Operating chat lines, chat rooms and forums
    7. Web messaging
    8. Transmission of information that can be displayed electronically in the form of text, graphics, images and sound, and accessible via data networks.
  • The mark was filed in class 41 with following description of goods:
    1. Radio and television entertainment broadcasts/programmes
    2. Film, audio, video and television production
    3. Musical performances
    4. Publication of information (other than advertising texts) that can be displayed electronically in the form of text, graphics, images and sound, and accessible via data networks
    5. Games on the Internet
    6. Publication of printed matter in electronic format, including on the Internet
    7. Publication of periodicals and books in electronic form, including on the Internet
    8. On-line game services (of a computer network)
    9. Online publishing of electronic books and periodicals
    10. Publication and issuing of printed matter
    11. Arranging concerts, theatre and entertainment events, conferences, seminars, courses, symposia, cultural exhibitions and lectures
    12. Organisation of sporting events
    13. Design of digital sound media
    14. Photography services
    15. Retail in shops, department stores, distance selling catalogues, via the Internet and by any other telecommunications network of seats for shows.
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