Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 9 : Scientific, nautical, surveying, electric, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, electronic, signalling, checking, life-saving and teaching apparatus and instruments; apparatus for the recording and reproduction of sound, images or data of all types; sound, image and data carriers of all types, especially sound tapes, cassettes, compact discs, records, DAT tapes, video tapes, floppy discs, CD-ROMs, all the above goods in pre-recorded and blank form; calculators, data-processing equipment and computers.... More
Class 16 : Printed matter; stationery; instructional and teaching materials (except apparatus).
Class 35 : Marketing, market research, market analysis; business and organization consultancy; arranging and closing trade agreements for others; arranging agreements on the purchase and disposal of goods; opinion polling; advertising research; advertising, especially radio, television, cinema, print, videotext and teletext advertising; advertising marketing, especially in the aforementioned media and through the aforementioned media; distribution of goods for advertising purposes; advertising.... More
Class 38 : Telecommunications; transmission of film, television, radio, BTX, videotext and teletext programmes or broadcasts; gathering and delivering news and general information; sound, image and data transmission via cable, satellite, computer (network), telephone and ISDN services as well as any other transmission media; taking orders for teleshopping offers.
Class 41 : Education; training; entertainment; sporting and cultural activities; radio and television entertainment; organization of teleshopping broadcasts; production of film, television, radio, BTX, videotext, teletext programmes or broadcasts; film rental, especially promotional film rental; publication of printed matter, especially pamphlets, catalogues, books, newspapers and journals.
Class 42 : Development of electronic television programme guides, supply and communication of information stored in a data bank, especially through interactive communication computer systems; establishing and running a data bank; creating programmes for data processing.