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May 13, 2013
TINA LOUISE SNAPP
Downloadable audio-visual media content in the fields of news, entertainment, sports, comedy, drama, music, and music videos; computer software, namely, computer software for streaming audio-visual media content via the Internet and to mobile digital electronic devices, downloadable players for audio-visual media content, Streaming Media Player, Streaming box hardware for editing of audio-visual content, video search and annotation software, content protection software, ad tracking and optimization software, software platform for providing programmatic interfaces for third parties to access website content and data for web development and website application development, use in database management, use in electronic storage of data; 021; 023; 026; 036; 038
Abandoned because the applicant failed to respond or filed a late response to an Office action. To view all documents in this file, click on the Trademark Document Retrieval link at the top of this page.
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