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Mike L LaJoie, Joseph G Buehl, Haig H Krakirian, Stephen M Johnson, Ralph W Brown: Inter-active program guide with default selection control. Time Warner Entertainment Company, Robert R Jackson, Garry J Tuma, Fish & Neave, December 15, 1998: US05850218 (915 worldwide citation)

A system and method are provided for providing a full service cable television system. The cable system incorporates a digital and analog transmission architecture capable of delivering a high number of high quality television programs, advanced cable services, and online services to a subscriber's ...


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John K Billock, Craig D Cuttner, Kevin C Dowdell, Elizabeth B Flanagan, James E Granger, Henry C Hsu, Robert I M Martin, Robert May, Nicolas Peck, Michael S Pontecorvo, Bruce E Probst, Marc D Rosenberg, Debra R Smul, Dennis P Wilkinson, Robert M Zitter: Telecasting service for providing video programs on demand with an interactive interface for facilitating viewer selection of video programs. Time Warner Entertainment Company, Joseph M Guiliano, Garry J Tuma, Fish & Neave, April 8, 1997: US05619249 (409 worldwide citation)

A telecasting service is provided that offers video programs upon viewer demand, and which includes an interactive interface for facilitating viewer selection of video programs. The interactive interface allows the viewer to scan through a list of video programs available on the demand telecasting s ...


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Michael Brian Adams: Media server interconnect architecture. Time Warner Entertainment Company, Holland & Hart, April 23, 2002: US06378130 (204 worldwide citation)

An improved media server interconnect to subscriber terminals is accomplished with a plurality of media servers at a headend where each media server provides one or more programs for distribution to the subscriber terminals. An array of modulators connects a requested media asset, such as a video pr ...


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Barbara Spencer Brogliatti, Christopher Grakal, Lisa A Janney, Marisa B O&apos Neil, Thomas G Smith: Method and apparatus for archiving in and retrieving images from a digital image library. Time Warner Entertainment Company, O&apos Melveny & Myers, May 13, 2003: US06564225 (190 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for securely archiving, searching, and retrieving images from a centralized image location are provided. Along with the goal of protecting a major corporate asset from theft and damage with the passage of time, the present invention provides an economical way for users from di ...


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Mike L LaJoie, Joseph G Buehl, Haig H Krakirian, Stephen M Johnson, Ralph W Brown: Interactive program guide for designating information on an interactive program guide display. Time Warner Entertainment Company, Garry J Tuma, Fish & Neave, August 3, 2004: US06772433 (161 worldwide citation)

A system and method are provided for providing a full service cable television system. The cable system incorporates a digital and analog transmission architecture capable of delivering a high number of high quality television programs, advanced cable services, and online services to a subscriber&ap ...


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John K Billock, Craig D Cuttner, Kevin C Dowdell, Elizabeth B Flanagan, James E Granger, Henry C Hsu, Robert I M Martin, Robert May, Nicolas Peck, Michael S Pontecorvo, Bruce E Probst, Marc D Rosenberg, Debra R Smul, Dennis P Wilkinson, Robert M Zitter: Telecasting service for providing video programs on demand with an interactive interface for facilitating viewer selection of video programs. Time Warner Entertainment Company, Gary J Tuma, Fish & Neave, November 6, 2001: US06314575 (156 worldwide citation)

A telecasting service is provided that offers video programs upon viewer demand, and which includes an interactive interface for facilitating viewer selection of video programs. The interactive interface allows the viewer to scan through a list of video programs available on the demand telecasting s ...


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Richard Marsh, Joe Edmonds, Haig Krakirian, Michael Leonard La Joie: VCR recording timeslot adjustment. Time Warner Entertainment Company, F A Sirr, Holland & Hart, March 27, 2001: US06208799 (147 worldwide citation)

A TV cable system having one set-top per user. The set-top's VCR recording functions are automatically adjusted in a manner to accommodate the occurrence of a program-delay event or a program-cancel event by the TV cable system. The expected begin/stop time-slot during which a program is projec ...


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Darryl L DeFreese, Timothy H Addington, Mike L LaJoie, Joseph G Buehl: System and method for providing a full service television system. Time Warner Entertainment Company, Scientific Atlanta, Garry J Tuma, Fish & Neave, December 10, 2002: US06493876 (123 worldwide citation)

A system and method are provided for providing a full service cable television system. The cable system incorporates a digital and analog transmission architecture capable of delivering a high number of high quality television programs, advanced cable services, and online services to a subscriber&ap ...


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Michael B Adams: Method and apparatus for utilizing the available bit rate in a constrained variable bit rate channel. Time Warner Cable a division of Time Warner Entertainment Company, Robert G Holland & Hart Crouch, March 28, 2000: US06044396 (110 worldwide citation)

A system for utilizing the available bit rate in a constrained variable bit rate channel is described. The system receives one or more encoded information streams, each having a variable bit rate. Rate control circuitry controls the rate of transmission of the encoded information streams so that the ...


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Michael L LaJoie, Joseph B Edmonds, Nizar Allibhoy, Stephen M Johnson, Anjan K Ray, Theodore F Shaker Jr: System and method for providing an event database in a telecasting system. Time Warner Entertainment Company, Laurence S Rogers, Garry J Tuma, Fish & Neave, April 11, 2000: US06049333 (88 worldwide citation)

A system and method are provided for presenting on a television, a combined display of information contained in an event database and television program video content. A set-top terminal receives as input, television program video content signals and information comprising an event database. The set ...



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