Entertainment Kristen Bell prompted to rename podcast series following legal action
Owner of The Smiddy BBQ in Edinburgh, Cameron Bell, tells us about his barbecuing Night School for meatheads
These sessions reveal how to cook over an offset smokerThey aren’t the bouncers at this takeaway, which is situated in Edinburgh’s Broughton area, inside a former blacksmith’s shop down Dunedin Street. (Just follow the smell of meat cooked over kiln dried ash or seasoned oak, and you’ll find it).
Kristen Bell has been forced to rename her new podcast after receiving a cease-and-desist notice.
The Frozen star and her pal, Monica Padman, launched the limited series Shattered Glass last month, under the umbrella of the Armchair Expert brand, co-founded by Padman and Bell's actor husband Dax Shepard.
But prior to debuting the fifth episode of Shattered Glass on Friday, the ladies received a legal notice regarding the audio series' title, noting a rival show with the same name.
Bell and Padman have since reintroduced their weekly series as We Are Supported By...
So the hunt ran on the remagent murderer Dieter Covering
Bonn. In March 1999, Dieter murdered in Remagen four people in a brutal way. It took months until the murderer on the run could be captured. The case deals with the current episode of the Crime Podcast "Act Rheinland". © dpa Heavy Burglar Dieter Attractive before the large criminal chamber of the district court in Koblenz (archive). talking to Andreas Dyck and Anna Maria Beekes reports reporter Victor Francke over the feverish search of the police after the fleeting Dieter.
Explaining the name change at the top of Friday's episode with fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg, Bell said, "Welcome back to We Are Supported By...! We got a new name... because we got a cease-and-desist letter. So now, (it's) We Are Supported By...
"We don't want to step on anyone's toes, so here we are!" added Padman.
The presenters had previously given a shout out to the original Shattered Glass podcast in an earlier episode, after learning of the potential branding confusion.
The original Shattered Glass, launched in 2017, features stories about "extraordinary women shattering the glass ceiling".
Co-hosts Marita Garrett and Monica Hershberger even updated their own website with a funny note about their competition at the time, posting the message: "We may not be the Shattered Glass Podcast you expected to find, but we're glad you're here!"
South Africa: The city of Brandfort renamed "Winnie Mandela" .
© Gideon Mendel / AFP Winnie Mandela, in 1986. in South Africa, the small agricultural town of Brandfort, south of Johannesburg, lost its name this week-end. The locality is now called "Winnie Mandela", in tribute to this figure of the fight against apartheid, forced by the Government to reside for eight years, in the late 1970s, as a banishment measure.