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Lee S Weinblatt: Audience detection. Winmore, Cozen O Connor, January 14, 2014: US08631427 (1 worldwide citation)

A technique is disclosed for identifying members of an audience tuned to a program broadcast by a programming signal source, comprising the steps of storing personal identification signals in a plurality of portable devices to be carried by members of the audience; periodically transmitting said ide ...


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Lee S Weinblatt, Thomas Langer: Electronically generating and displaying a reward coupon. Lee S Weinblatt, Cohen Pontani Lieberman & Pavane, July 31, 2003: US20030144035-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

Purchase incentives are provided to consumers in the form of electronically-displayed reward coupons. No paper and ink is required. The consumer can make a real time selection of a coupon related to a product in a commercial being shown on television, for example. A code transmitted with that commer ...


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Lee S Weinblatt: Subscription broadcast security system. Howard Natter, Natter & Natter, February 9, 2010: US07660982

A subscription broadcast security system for preventing theft of an encrypted program datastream utilizes an encryption protocol with steganographic supplementation. A decoder includes a decryption chip containing numerous decryption codes and an ID chip having a continually changing unique identifi ...


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Lee S Weinblatt: System and method for providing incentive rewards to an audience tuned to a broadcast signal. Winmore, Cozen O Connor, January 24, 2017: US09554092

A technique for offering a reward to an audience member tuned to a broadcast signal which is performed by reproduction equipment, the broadcast signal having commercial content, program content, and commercial content identification codes respectively corresponding to advertisements contained in the ...


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Lee S Weinblatt: Monitoring TV viewing with programs from cable/satellite providers. Winmore, Cozen O Connor, December 22, 2015: US09219558

A technique is disclosed for monitoring viewership of programs being performed on reproduction equipment in response to a received broadcast signal. The technique comprises receiving the broadcast signal to provide a received output signal, adding a selected monitoring code to the received output si ...


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Lee S Weinblatt: Technique for eliminating fraudulent use of printed coupons. Cozen O Connor, June 5, 2012: US08195510

A method for redeeming coupons, comprising the steps of storing on an electronic device an electronic coupon having encrypted data and unencrypted data, wherein the encrypted data is required for printing the coupon; reading data stored on the portable electronic device at purchase location, and com ...


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Lee S Weinblatt, Edward M Weisz: Interactive reward associated with a broadcast. Winmore, Cozen O Connor, September 1, 2015: US09124916

An interactive technique for generating a supplementary, program-related output. A programming signal and a supplementary, program-related data signal containing rewards data for product or service purchases are combined into a broadcast signal which is then broadcast from a program signal source. T ...


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Lee S Weinblatt: Testing effectiveness of TV commercials to account for second screen distractions. Cozen O Connor, February 28, 2017: US09584859

A method for measuring viewer attentiveness to an audio-visual presentation on one display in the presence of a visual distraction on another display simulating a “second screen”, comprising: reproducing the audio-visual presentation for viewing by a viewer on a first display; while the audio-visual ...


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Lee S Weinblatt: Eyeglass recorder with multiple scene cameras and saccadic motion detection. Howard Natter, May 1, 2018: US09961307

An eyeglass recorder includes multiple scene cameras for respectively recording frontal scenes along the viewer's horizontal line-of-sight and depending scenes at approximately a 45° angle downwardly from the viewer's horizontal line-of-sight. The viewer's eye movement is concurrently monitored to d ...


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Lee S Weinblatt: Interactive TV. Cozen O Connor, June 11, 2013: US08464310

A technique for providing interactive television viewing. A programming signal is combined with a code signal to form a transmission signal, wherein different programming signals correspond to respective code signals. The technique includes broadcasting the transmission signal, receiving the broadca ...