‘On Demand Everywhere’ Trademark Is Up for Grabs After Time Warner Lets It Expire

Aug 12, 2011  •  Post A Comment

Time Warner has abandoned its application for a trademark on "On Demand Everywhere," according to Multichannel News.

According to the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, Time Warner didn’t file an "intent to use" statement for the "On Demand Everywhere" mark, so the application was categorized as abandoned earlier this month, the story says.

Time Warner had filed for trademark protection on the phrase in June 2009, the story says.

A representative for the company said Time Warner had never used the name commercially and the application was filed in the early days of planing for TV Everywhere, the company’s concept of giving pay-TV subscribers access to TV on many devices.

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