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Nishith Kumar Sinha, Donald Jude Loheide, Matthew Paul Giles: Method and system for TV everywhere authentication based on automatic content recognition. TURNER BROADCASTING SYSTEM, Hopeton S Walker, Loza & Loza, April 19, 2016: US09319740 (3 worldwide citation)

An automatic content recognition (ACR)-enabled connected TV device may be operable to identify, utilizing an ACR system, a network which is being tuned to. An authentication may be performed by the ACR-enabled connected TV device for receiving content through a TV everywhere service associated with ...


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Nishith Kumar Sinha, Donald Jude Loheide, Matthew Paul Giles: Method and system for logo identification based on automatic content recognition. TURNER BROADCASTING SYSTEM, Hopeton S Walker, Loza & Loza, September 15, 2015: US09137568 (3 worldwide citation)

A method and system for logo identification based on automatic content recognition (ACR) are described in which a connected television (TV) or other end-user device may be provided with instructions to fingerprint certain regions in a video frame to identify the source of the content being displayed ...


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Nishith Kumar Sinha, Donald Jude Loheide, Matthew Paul Giles: Method and system for contextual advertisement replacement utilizing automatic content recognition. Turner Broadcasting System, Hopeton S Walker, Loza & Loza, May 24, 2016: US09351037 (1 worldwide citation)

An automatic content recognition (ACR)-enabled connected TV device may be operable to identify, utilizing ACR, viewer interaction and/or viewer information. The ACR-enabled connected TV device may present, utilizing the ACR, a variant of an advertisement in a next ad pod during presentation of conte ...


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Nishith Kumar Sinha, Donald Jude Loheide, Matthew Paul Giles: Method and system for a universal remote control. TURNER BROADCASTING SYSTEM, Loza & Loza, Hopeton S Walker, December 8, 2015: US09210467

A method and system for a universal remote control used with display devices that support automatic content recognition (ACR) are described. The remote control may be paired to the display device and may receive a trigger signal from the display device that corresponds to an interactive event overla ...


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Nishith Kumar Sinha, Donald Jude Loheide, Matthew Paul Giles: Method and system for an automatic content recognition abstraction layer. Turner Broadcasting System, Hopeton S Walker, Loza & Loza, October 27, 2015: US09172994

A method and system for an automatic content recognition (ACR) abstraction layer are described in which real-time event manager in an ACR system may be utilized to receive interactive event identifiers and to assign those identifiers to sets of video fingerprints generated by multiple real-time fing ...


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Nishith Kumar Sinha, Matthew Paul Giles, Donald Jude Loheide: Method and system for detecting and resolving conflicts in an automatic content recognition based system. Turner Broadcasting System, Loza & Loza, Hopeton S Walker, October 6, 2015: US09154841

A device that handles operations for automatic content recognition detects utilizing the automatic content recognition (ACR) operations, a conflict when a first overlay and a second overlay are concurrently presented on a channel on the device. The device may modify the presentation of the first ove ...


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Nishith Kumar Sinha, Matthew Paul Giles, Donald Jude Loheide, Brainerd Sathianathan, Balaji Gopinath, Karl Christian Wolff Ingham: Method and system for providing and handling product and service discounts, and location based services (LBS) in an automatic content recognition based system. Turner Broadcasting System, Hopeton S Walker, Loza & Loza, October 20, 2015: US09167276

An automatic content recognition (ACR) enabled display communication device may present a linear advertisement campaign. A second screen communication device (SSCD) that is paired with an ACR-enabled display communication device, may detect when content associated with a linear advertisement campaig ...


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Nishith Kumar Sinha, Matthew Paul Giles, Donald Jude Loheide: Method and system for automatic content recognition (ACR) based broadcast synchronization. Turner Broadcasting System, Hopeton S Walker, Loza & Loza, October 20, 2015: US09167278

An automatic content recognition (ACR) enabled display communication device that is operable to receive and consume content from a linear feed and a corresponding IP-based feed. The linear feed and the IP-based feed includes one or more content identifiers that identify similar content within the li ...