Although it is not eligible for copyright protection, you will probably want to register it as a trademark. In the US, this can be done online at the link below.
Your country's copyright office.
All forms are available from the Copyright Office website; you may also register online through their eCopyright system.
In the US, copyright registration is currently $35 if you register online and $50 if you register by filing paper forms. See the link in the Related Links section for more details. Technically you're not required to register in order to obtain copyright, but registration is required to bring an infringement suit. If you want to be able to enforce your rights in court, you should register.
Copyright protection is automatic; registration is not required.
In most countries formal copyright is not required for an original work. However if you want the additional protection of official registration you need to consult to\he copyright office in your area. In the United States you can register a copyright online at http://www.copyright.gov
Copyright registration (online, fax, or snail mail) information & fee charts are available at the US Copyright Office homepage.
In the United States you register with the federal Copyright Office (http://www.copyright.gov) in Washington D.C. If you are in another country you will have to check the copyright laws in your area.
Lyrics are automatically protected by copyright as soon as they are fixed in a tangible medium. If you wish to formally register, this can be done online at the link below.
Registration is not required for protection. If you wish to register anyway, you may do so through Access Copyright at the link below.
US registration is available online at the link below. Keep in mind that registration is not required for protection.
Works are protected by copyright as soon as they are "fixed." If you wish to register a work with the copyright office, you may do so.
It depends what country you are in.
No, but you can register it as a trademark.
You can't get copyright online or anywhere else. You already have it from the moment you put your creative work of original authorship down in any tangible form. You may optionally register your claim to that ownership, but the certificate from the Copyright Office certainly doesn't "prove" you wrote it or that you own the copyright, only that you officially claim it as yours.
You don't DO anything for copyright. It is free and automatic in over 160 countries that belong to the Berne Convention, including the USA. You can optionally use the copyright notice to remind people you own the copyright. You can optionally register your copyright if you're planning to sue someone for infringement in US federal courts.
It is not necessary to formally register your work with a Copyright Office for it to be protected.
Many years ago, the US Copyright Office maintained a copyright index, which was an enormous room full of card catalogs. The 1918 Report of the Register of Copyrights (linked below) gives a description of how the cards were made and used. The current copyright catalog is available online.
You cannot copyright a business name, but you can register it as a trademark.
Works are automatically protected once they are fixed, but you can register your art with the copyright office if you wish.
The songs are automatically protected by copyright as soon as they are fixed (written down or recorded), but if you wish to register them with the copyright office, yes, you can register a group of works under one application.
No; you would want to register a name as a trademark.
No; protection is automatic and registration is not required.
In the US, it's the Register of Copyrights. Most countries have a copyright office associated with the national library.