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Charles Hasek, Kenneth Gould: Emergency alert data delivery apparatus and methods. Time Warner Cable, Gazdzinski & Associates PC, September 22, 2009: US07592912 (47 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods for efficiently and flexibly providing emergency alert data (e.g., EAS messages) to subscribers of a content-based network, such as for example Internet protocol television (IPTV) subscribers. In one exemplary embodiment, the apparatus includes a server performing real-time rec ...


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Michael L Lajoie, Louis Williamson, Wilfrid Alssi, Chris Cholas, Jason Gaedtke, Kenneth Gould, Glen Hardin, Charles Hasek, Vedavati Hegde, Jeffery P Markley, Vipul Patel, Howard Pfeffer: Methods and apparatus for packetized content delivery over a content delivery network. Time Warner Cable Enterprises, Gazdzinski & Associates PC, August 20, 2013: US08516529 (37 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for delivery of packetized content (e.g., video, audio, data, etc.) over a content delivery network. In one embodiment, the content is packetized using an Internet Protocol (IP), and delivered by a service provider over both managed and unmanaged networks to subscribers of the ...


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Charles Hasek: Apparatus and methods for ensuring delivery of geographically relevant content. Time Warner Cable Enterprises, Gazdzinski & Associates PC, September 16, 2014: US08838149 (13 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods for ensuring delivery of geographically relevant content to IP-enabled user devices associated with a content distribution network. In one embodiment, the network (or designated content source) determines a geographic context or location of the user device, and uses this inform ...


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Charles Hasek, Kenneth Gould: Methods and apparatus for providing video on demand and network PVR functions using IP streaming. Time Warner Cable, Straub & Pokotylo, Michael P Straub, Stephen T Straub, May 15, 2012: US08181209 (6 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for supporting on-demand content services, using conventional non-IP based VOD servers are described. The methods and apparatus of the present invention, through the use of a protocol converter and/or a content redirector, can be used to enable a conventional VOD server to supp ...


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Charles Hasek: Transport stream encapsulated trick modes. Time Warner Cable, Otterstedt Ellenbogen & Kammer, May 10, 2011: US07941823 (4 worldwide citation)

A representation of an audiovisual asset is obtained and is processed to obtain at least one normal playback video elementary stream, (optionally, at least one audio elementary stream), and at least one trick mode video elementary stream. A transport stream is formed from the at least one normal pla ...


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Charles Hasek, Kenneth Gould: Emergency alert data delivery apparatus and methods. Time Warner Cable, Gazdzinski & Associates PC, September 27, 2011: US08026806 (3 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods for efficiently and flexibly providing emergency alert data (e.g., EAS messages) to subscribers of a content-based network, such as for example Internet protocol television (IPTV) subscribers. In one exemplary embodiment, the apparatus includes a server performing real-time rec ...


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Charles Hasek: Prevention of trick modes during digital video recorder (DVR) and network digital video recorder (NDVR) content. Time Warner Cable, Otterstedt Ellenbogen & Kammer, May 15, 2012: US08180200 (3 worldwide citation)

Trick modes are substantially prevented during DVR and NDVR content by obtaining an audiovisual asset that is digitally compressed in accordance with a compression technique employing at least a plurality of substantially complete frames and a plurality of substantially intermediate frames, substant ...


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Charles Hasek: Methods and apparatus for supporting VOD requests in a system with hierarchical content stores. Time Warner Cable Enterprises, Straub & Pokotylo, Michael P Straub, Stephen T Straub, September 17, 2013: US08539535 (2 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for supporting video on demand requests in a system supporting hierarchical content stores, e.g., program caches, is described. Requested content is requested by a local streaming device from a remote cache when it is not available in a local cache. Content, e.g., I, P and B fr ...


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Charles Hasek, Kenneth Gould: Caption data delivery apparatus and methods. Time Warner Cable Enterprises, Gazdzinski & Associates PC, October 22, 2013: US08566887 (1 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods for efficiently and flexibly providing caption data (e.g., closed captioning) to subscribers of a content-based network, such as for example Internet protocol television (IPTV) subscribers. In one exemplary embodiment, the apparatus includes a server performing real-time extrac ...


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Charles Hasek, Kenneth Gould: Emergency alert data delivery apparatus and methods. Time Warner Cable Enterprises, Gazdzinski & Associates PC, June 11, 2013: US08461984 (1 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods for efficiently and flexibly providing emergency alert data (e.g., EAS messages) to subscribers of a content-based network, such as for example Internet protocol television (IPTV) subscribers. In one exemplary embodiment, the apparatus includes a server performing real-time rec ...



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