51
Lee S Weinblatt: System and method for monitoring broadcast transmissions of commercials. Cozen O Connor, August 13, 2013: US08510767

A technique for determining whether a program transmitted in a programming signal by a signal source was perceived by audience members within a specified time period. The programming signal is combined with a code signal to form a broadcast signal, wherein occurrence of the code signal corresponds t ...


52
Lee S Weinblatt: Providing hidden codes within already encoded sound tracks of media and content. Goldberg Cohen, July 3, 2018: US10015534

A system to facilitate measuring consumer use by using codes embedded in any raw audio or video content. The original code is then layered with additional codes either by modifying the original code or by adding additional codes in between the original code. The system recognizes a code embedded int ...


53
Lee S Weinblatt, Thomas Langer: Transmission of audience monitoring data. Lee Weinblatt, Cohen Pontani Lieberman & Pavane, June 24, 2004: US20040121803-A1

Monitoring an audience member tuned to a broadcast program. A portable audience monitoring unit is adapted to be worn by the audience member, and it detects a signal corresponding to the broadcast program to which the audience member is tuned. The detected signal is stored in the audience monitoring ...


54
Lee S Weinblatt, Edward M Weisz: Interactive reward associated with a broadcast. Lee S Weinblatt, Cohen Pontani Lieberman & Pavane, November 18, 2004: US20040230993-A1

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 ...


55
Lee S Weinblatt: Fingerprint-based technique for surveying an audience. Cohen Pontani Lieberman & Pavane, December 28, 2006: US20060294537-A1

A fingerprint reading mechanism is utilized so as to determine which audience members are present during various stages of an audio, visual, or audiovisual program. The fingerprint reading mechanism is associated with a processing mechanism, an “enter” button, an “exit” button, a clock, memory, an o ...


56
Lee S Weinblatt: Technique for correlating purchasing behavior of a consumer to advertisements. Cohen Pontani Lieberman & Pavane, December 28, 2006: US20060293948-A1

A system for correlating a consumer's purchasing behavior to his/her exposure to advertisements. The advertisements are disseminated to consumers via the Internet, radio, television and direct mail. Monitoring data of the consumer's exposure to such advertisements are obtained. A scanner is used to ...


57
Lee S Weinblatt, Thomas Langer: Incentive rewards obtainable automatically by an audience tuned to a broadcast. Lee S Weinblatt, Cohen Pontani Lieberman & Pavane, February 12, 2004: US20040031046-A1

Providing a reward as an incentive for a person to become an audience member of at least one program being performed by reproduction equipment. A programming signal used for broadcasting the program with a programming signal source is encoded with discrete code signals, such that a preset number of ...


58
Lee S Weinblatt, Thomas Langer: Use-related billing for pay TV. Cohen Pontani Lieberman & Pavane, March 4, 2004: US20040045021-A1

Technique for billing viewers for use of pay TV based on duration of viewing rather than a flat fee. A code signal is broadcast together with a programming signal. The encoded programming signal is received while a viewer is tuned to a selected program and decoded to derive a code therefrom which is ...


59
Lee S Weinblatt, Thomas Langer: Interactive reward associated with a broadcast. Lee S Weinblatt, Thomas Langer Esq, Cohen Pontani Lieberman & Pavane, August 21, 2003: US20030159155-A1

An interactive technique for generating a supplementary, program-related output. A programming signal and a supplementary, program-related data signal are combined into a broadcast signal which is then broadcast from a program signal source. The broadcast signal is received, and the programming sign ...


60
Lee S Weinblatt: Use of saccadic eye motion to indicate the level of human interest in response to visual stimuli. Cohen Pontani Lieberman & Pavane, November 29, 2007: US20070273832-A1

Technique for providing an indication of viewer interest in response to visual stimuli. A viewer is exposed to visual stimuli. The viewer's saccadic eye motion occurring while the viewer is being exposed to the visual stimuli are measured. The visual stimuli are displayed together with the measured ...