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Meghan Markle is now trying to trademark the word ¿archetypes¿ after announcing that her first series of podcasts for audio streaming giant Spotify would be called Archetypes. The Duchess of Sussex made the application at the United States Patent and Trademark Office last month, which covers the use of ¿archetypes¿, a word that derives from ancient Greek and first entered into English usage around the 1540s. [Click here to read more about the Sussexes controversy with Spotify]

Meghan Markle is now trying to trademark the word ¿archetypes¿ after announcing that her first series of podcasts for audio streaming giant Spotify would be called Archetypes. The Duchess of Sussex made the application at the United States Patent and Trademark Office last month, which covers the use of ¿archetypes¿, a word that derives from ancient Greek and first entered into English usage around the 1540s. [Click here to read more about the Sussexes controversy with Spotify]

Meghan Markle is now trying to trademark the word ‘archetypes’ after announcing that her first series of podcasts for audio streaming giant Spotify would be called Archetypes. The Duchess of Sussex made the application at the United States Patent and Trademark Office last month, which covers the use of ‘archetypes’, a word that derives from ancient Greek and first entered into English usage around the 1540s. [Click here to read more about the Sussexes controversy with Spotify]

The dizzying list of goods and services involved are ¿in the fields of cultural treatment of women and stereotypes facing women¿. They include everything from podcasts, television programs, DVDs, CDs and entertainment services distributed through satellite and cable TV, global computer networks, the internet, wireless devices, mobile applications, set-top boxes, webcasts and streaming media.

The dizzying list of goods and services involved are ¿in the fields of cultural treatment of women and stereotypes facing women¿. They include everything from podcasts, television programs, DVDs, CDs and entertainment services distributed through satellite and cable TV, global computer networks, the internet, wireless devices, mobile applications, set-top boxes, webcasts and streaming media.

The dizzying list of goods and services involved are ‘in the fields of cultural treatment of women and stereotypes facing women’. They include everything from podcasts, television programs, DVDs, CDs and entertainment services distributed through satellite and cable TV, global computer networks, the internet, wireless devices, mobile applications, set-top boxes, webcasts and streaming media. 

The application was made by Archewell Audio, one of a complex web of 11 companies established by Harry and Meghan and based in the opaque tax haven of Delaware. It would mean they own the trademark rather than Spotify, which paid them a rumored £18million ($23.5 million) in 2020. Pictured: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visit a radio station in Brixton, South London, in January 2018.

The application was made by Archewell Audio, one of a complex web of 11 companies established by Harry and Meghan and based in the opaque tax haven of Delaware. It would mean they own the trademark rather than Spotify, which paid them a rumored £18million ($23.5 million) in 2020. Pictured: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visit a radio station in Brixton, South London, in January 2018.

The application was made by Archewell Audio, one of a complex web of 11 companies established by Harry and Meghan and based in the opaque tax haven of Delaware. It would mean they own the trademark rather than Spotify, which paid them a rumored £18million ($23.5 million) in 2020. Pictured: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visit a radio station in Brixton, South London, in January 2018.

Meghan could face a legal challenge from companies that use the word in their names, such as the skincare and cleaning products business Archetypes, which has already established a trademark.

Meghan could face a legal challenge from companies that use the word in their names, such as the skincare and cleaning products business Archetypes, which has already established a trademark.

Meghan could face a legal challenge from companies that use the word in their names, such as the skincare and cleaning products business Archetypes, which has already established a trademark.

Victoria Beckham (pictured) fought a similar linguistic battle in 2002. The former pop singer known as Posh Spice tried to prevent the Championship football team Peterborough United from trademarking their club¿s nickname ¿Posh¿, arguing that the word was ¿inexorably associated¿ with her.

Victoria Beckham (pictured) fought a similar linguistic battle in 2002. The former pop singer known as Posh Spice tried to prevent the Championship football team Peterborough United from trademarking their club¿s nickname ¿Posh¿, arguing that the word was ¿inexorably associated¿ with her.

Victoria Beckham (pictured) fought a similar linguistic battle in 2002. The former pop singer known as Posh Spice tried to prevent the Championship football team Peterborough United from trademarking their club’s nickname ‘Posh’, arguing that the word was ‘inexorably associated’ with her.

The Archewell Foundation announced that the couple¿s Spotify podcast will finally debut this summer ¿ 18 months after inking the lucrative deal ¿ just two months after they called on their new employer to crackdown on Covid vaccine claims peddled by Joe Rogan. ¿Archetypes¿ is hosted by Meghan, who will speak to historians, experts and woman who have experienced being typecast.

The Archewell Foundation announced that the couple¿s Spotify podcast will finally debut this summer ¿ 18 months after inking the lucrative deal ¿ just two months after they called on their new employer to crackdown on Covid vaccine claims peddled by Joe Rogan. ¿Archetypes¿ is hosted by Meghan, who will speak to historians, experts and woman who have experienced being typecast.

The Archewell Foundation announced that the couple’s Spotify podcast will finally debut this summer – 18 months after inking the lucrative deal – just two months after they called on their new employer to crackdown on Covid vaccine claims peddled by Joe Rogan. ‘Archetypes’ is hosted by Meghan, who will speak to historians, experts and woman who have experienced being typecast.

In a trailer for the Archewell Audio project, the duchess says: ¿This is how we talk about women: the words that raise our girls, and how the media reflects women back to us. But where do these stereotypes come from? And how do they keep showing up and defining our lives?¿

In a trailer for the Archewell Audio project, the duchess says: ¿This is how we talk about women: the words that raise our girls, and how the media reflects women back to us. But where do these stereotypes come from? And how do they keep showing up and defining our lives?¿

In a trailer for the Archewell Audio project, the duchess says: ‘This is how we talk about women: the words that raise our girls, and how the media reflects women back to us. But where do these stereotypes come from? And how do they keep showing up and defining our lives?’

The duchess, previewing the type of guests who will feature, adds: ¿This is Archetypes ¿ the podcast where we dissect, explore and subvert the labels that try to hold women back. I¿ll have conversations with women who know all too well how these typecasts shape our narratives. And I¿ll talk to historians to understand how we even got here in the first place.¿

The duchess, previewing the type of guests who will feature, adds: ¿This is Archetypes ¿ the podcast where we dissect, explore and subvert the labels that try to hold women back. I¿ll have conversations with women who know all too well how these typecasts shape our narratives. And I¿ll talk to historians to understand how we even got here in the first place.¿

The duchess, previewing the type of guests who will feature, adds: ‘This is Archetypes – the podcast where we dissect, explore and subvert the labels that try to hold women back. I’ll have conversations with women who know all too well how these typecasts shape our narratives. And I’ll talk to historians to understand how we even got here in the first place.’

Meghan and Harry signed a lucrative deal with the audio streaming giant to host and produce podcasts in late 2020. But they had only released one show so far ¿ a holiday special featuring their son, Archie, and celebrity guests. Spotify and Archewell Audio said: ¿Spotify and Archewell Audio both value responsible stewardship of the audio landscape, and as explained recently, are committed to working closely to support transparency and strong principles of trust and safety.¿

Meghan and Harry signed a lucrative deal with the audio streaming giant to host and produce podcasts in late 2020. But they had only released one show so far ¿ a holiday special featuring their son, Archie, and celebrity guests. Spotify and Archewell Audio said: ¿Spotify and Archewell Audio both value responsible stewardship of the audio landscape, and as explained recently, are committed to working closely to support transparency and strong principles of trust and safety.¿

Meghan and Harry signed a lucrative deal with the audio streaming giant to host and produce podcasts in late 2020. But they had only released one show so far – a holiday special featuring their son, Archie, and celebrity guests. Spotify and Archewell Audio said: ‘Spotify and Archewell Audio both value responsible stewardship of the audio landscape, and as explained recently, are committed to working closely to support transparency and strong principles of trust and safety.’ 

Meghan has long been a campaigner on female empowerment. Spotify and Archewell Audio described her conversations with typecast women as ¿uncensored¿ and said the duchess would delve into the origins of stereotypes. Former Suits actress Meghan is also an executive producer on the series, along with Ben Browning, Archewell¿s head of content, and Rebecca Sananes, Archewell¿s head of audio. The podcast will be produced by Archewell Audio in partnership with Gimlet Media for Spotify.

Meghan has long been a campaigner on female empowerment. Spotify and Archewell Audio described her conversations with typecast women as ¿uncensored¿ and said the duchess would delve into the origins of stereotypes. Former Suits actress Meghan is also an executive producer on the series, along with Ben Browning, Archewell¿s head of content, and Rebecca Sananes, Archewell¿s head of audio. The podcast will be produced by Archewell Audio in partnership with Gimlet Media for Spotify.

Meghan has long been a campaigner on female empowerment. Spotify and Archewell Audio described her conversations with typecast women as ‘uncensored’ and said the duchess would delve into the origins of stereotypes. Former Suits actress Meghan is also an executive producer on the series, along with Ben Browning, Archewell’s head of content, and Rebecca Sananes, Archewell’s head of audio. The podcast will be produced by Archewell Audio in partnership with Gimlet Media for Spotify.

Source: DailyMail

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