EUTM file information



June 1, 2015

Trademark Summary

The trademark application arte SUMMER OF PEACE was filed by ASSOCIATION RELATIVE A LA TELEVISION EUROPEENNE, a corporation established under the laws of the French Republic (the "Applicant"). The application was published for oppositions on September 15, 2015, and it was registered by office on December 23, 2015 without any oppositions.

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

Change of name and address of the trademark registration was recorded on October 29, 2015.

Goods And Services

  • The mark was filed in class 9 with following description of goods:
    1. Pre-recorded mechanical, magnetic, magneto-optical, optical and electronic carriers for sound, and/or image and/or data
    2. Telephone cards
    3. Identity cards, encoded
    4. Games software
    5. Screen saver programs
    6. Mouse pads
    7. Eyeglasses, sunglasses and cases therefor
    8. Database programmes
    9. Computer software
    10. Network-supporting computer software (netware)
    11. Firmware
    12. Sound, image and data carriers of all kinds
    13. Magnetic data carriers, recording discs, compact discs (audio, images), DVDs (audio, images), audio tapes, music and video cassettes, CD-ROMs, DAT tapes
    14. Diskettes
    15. Electronic publications (downloadable)
    16. Electronic flashing lights (luminous signals)
    17. Downloadable ring tones for mobile phones
    18. Downloadable music files.
  • The mark was filed in class 16 with following description of goods:
    1. Articles made of paper and cardboard, Namely paper towels, Table napkins of paper, Filter paper, Paper handkerchiefs, Paper decorations, Writing paper, Hygienic paper, Containers for packaging, Bags for packaging and Wrappring paper
    2. Printed matter, namely newspapers, periodicals, magazines, pamphlets, leaflets, brochures, programmes, press folders, photo albums, books, calendars, posters, also in book form, transparencies, uncoded telephone cards, entrance cards, participant tickets, invitation cards, postcards, also in the form of adhesive postcards, uncoded identity cards
    3. Stationery, including writing and drawing implements
    4. Office requisites including stamps (seals), inking pads, inks, letter openers, paper knives, letter trays, document files, desk pads, office perforators, stapling presses, paper clips and staples, stickers, including self-adhesive
    5. Instructional and teaching material (except apparatus) in the form of printed matter, games, globes, wall boards, drawing implements for wall boards
    6. Plastic materials for packaging, namely sleeves, pouches, bags, films, the latter including self-adhesive or for decorative purposes
    7. Desk mats of paper and/or cardboard
    8. Inkstands of paper and/or cardboard
    9. Publications, printed
    10. Containers
    11. Cabinets for stationery (office requisites) of cardboard
    12. Bookmarkers
    13. Paper bags
    14. Pads (stationery)
    15. Stickers (stationery)
    16. Labels, not of textile, document files of cardboard.
  • The mark was filed in class 35 with following description of goods:
    1. Advertising
    2. Business management
    3. Business administration
    4. Office functions
    5. Radio and television advertising, including customer marketing
    6. Computerised file management
    7. Systemization of information into computer databases
    8. Gathering and collating of data in computer databases
    9. Computerised file management
    10. Market research and opinion polling
    11. Publication of printed matter (including in electronic form), for advertising purposes
    12. Retailing, including by means of teleshopping programmes, and online or catalogue mail order, in the fields of pharmacy articles, cosmetics, electric goods, electronic goods, sound recording carriers, data carriers, fireworks, clocks, watches and jewellery, musical instruments, printed matter, stationery, office requisites, bag makers' goods, furnishings and decorations, clothing, shoes, textile goods, toys, sporting goods, foodstuffs and beverages.
  • The mark was filed in class 38 with following description of goods:
    1. Broadcasting, distribution, transferring and transmission of television, radio, telecommunications and information signals via wireless and/or cable digital and analogue networks, including via online and offline operations in the form of interactive electronic media services, and via computers
    2. Collection and delivery of messages
    3. Telecommunications
    4. Broadcasting of television programmes, cable television programmes, radio programmes, video text programmes and Internet programmes as well as teleshopping programmes
    5. Providing access to databases
    6. Leasing access time to global computer networks
    7. Sound, image and data transmission by cable, satellite, computer network, telephone and ISDN lines and any other transmission media
    8. Providing access to Internet applications
    9. Providing access to blogs
    10. Electronic exchange of messages via chat lines, chatrooms and Internet forums
    11. Providing Internet chat rooms
    12. Providing access to online games via global computer networks (Internet)
    13. Teletext services
    14. Electronic transmission of data, images, texts and sounds, including for interactive radio services
    15. Telecommunications via interactive speech dialogue systems
    16. Arranging and leasing access time to computer databases
    17. Data services within the framework of database operations, namely communications between databases, Providing telecommunications connections to databases
    18. Providing access to databases
    19. Communications services for accessing a data-base, Telecommunications services to obtain information from data banks.
  • 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. Music performances
    4. Publication and issuing of electronically displayable text, graphic, picture and sound information being accessible by data networks
    5. Publishing printed matter, other than for advertising purposes
    6. Arranging concerts, theatre and entertainment events, conferences, seminars, courses, symposia, cultural exhibitions and lectures
    7. Organisation of sports competitions
    8. Education
    9. Providing of training
    10. Entertainment
    11. Sporting and cultural activities
    12. Production of entertainment programmes, specifically for the Internet
    13. Arranging shows, quizzes and musical events
    14. Music performances
    15. Providing of non-downloadable electronic publications online
    16. Publication of online publications, other than for advertising purposes
    17. Arranging of readings for cultural, entertainment and educational purposes
    18. Scriptwriting services
    19. Organisation of competitions and awards
    20. Operating of lotteries
    21. Website editing (support services)
    22. Arranging competitions within the framework of interactive radio services
    23. Entertainment, including for interactive radio services
    24. Film, television, music and video entertainment via a website in the form of interactive radio services
    25. Organisation of games, being interactive radio services
    26. Conducting interactive games on the Internet
    27. Playing of games, being interactive radio services
    28. Photography.
  • The mark was filed in class 42 with following description of goods:
    1. Development and design of digital sound and image carriers
    2. Data services within the framework of database operations, Namely maintenance of databases, Design of computer databases
    3. Computer programming and creation of graphics
    4. Server administration
    5. Designing and creating homepages and Internet pages
    6. Design and development of computer software
    7. Creating specific EDP software for advertising
    8. Investigations, research in databases and on the Internet, for others, for scientific and research purposes
    9. Updating of database software
    10. Storage of data in computer databases
    11. Installation and maintenance of database software
    12. Creating Internet applications in the form of software
    13. Computer programming
    14. Setting up blogs on the Internet, for others.