Will she win? Megan Markle is said to have applied to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office as the only person who can use the English word “Architects”, the name of her new podcast, commercially.
It doesn’t matter if he is an aspiring entrepreneur. Megan Markle . As he prepares to launch his first series of podcasts for the audio streaming company Spotify, “Architects”, the Duchess of Sussex is reportedly requesting to file this period in the US Patent and Trademark Office. However, aptly pointed outDailymail A word derived from the ancient Greek language that existed in English from the 1540s 470 years ago. But Prince Harry’s wife does not bother wanting to monopolize it forever.
“This request was generated by Archive Audio, one of 11 companies in the complex network Harry And based on Megan & Delaware’s opaque tax haven, ”says a British tabloid. Also note that this relates to the “dizzying list of products and services” involved in “cultural treatment of women and similar areas facing women”. Namely “Podcasts, TV shows, DVDs, CDs and entertainment services are distributed via satellite and cable television, global computer networks, Internet, wireless devices, mobile applications, set-top boxes, webcasts and online media.” Will the former Hollywood star win his case?
“I’m Megan and It’s Architects”
“Architects”, whose broadcast is scheduled for next summer – 18 months after the Sussex couple signed a spectacular deal with Spotify, was valued at $ 25 million by several media outlets, including the BBC – and donated by their Archivewell Foundation last March. The series’s executive producer, Archivell’s Content President Ben Browning and Archivell’s Audio President Rebecca Sanens, Archie and Lilliput’s mother will personally intervene. “I’m Megan, this is a podcast that explores and distorts the labels that try to prevent women from being archetypes. I’m talking to women who know how these traditional wisdom shapes our discourses. The Daily Mail.
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