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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 (110 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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Carl U J Rossetti, Michael L LaJoie, Michael T Hayashi: Technique for providing a virtual digital video recorder service through a communications network. Time Warner Cable, Kaye Scholer, November 25, 2008: US07457520 (81 worldwide citation)

In response to a request initiated by a user at a user terminal, selected entertainment programming content, when broadcast, is recorded at a location remote from the user terminal. The request is communicated through a communications network, e.g., cable TV network, which is also used for transmiss ...


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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 (68 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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Michael L LaJoie, Michael Hayashi: Personal content server apparatus and methods. Time Warner Cable, Gazdzinski & Associates PC, December 13, 2011: US08078696 (15 worldwide citation)

Personal content server apparatus and associated methods that allow a user (e.g., cable or satellite network subscriber) to access content, such as a video program, from a location outside the subscriber's network. In one embodiment, a personal content server streams the content to the subscriber ov ...


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Michael L LaJoie, Joseph G Buehl, Waig H Krakirian, Stephen M Johnson, Ralph W Brown: Interactive television program guide display. Time Warner Entertainment Company, Jones Day, Garry J Tuma, June 9, 2009: US07546621 (11 worldwide citation)

A full service cable television system and method are provided. The system comprises a cable headend, at least one fiber transport, at least one distribution hub, at least one hybrid fiber coax plant, and a plurality of set-top terminals. The system delivers television programs, advanced cable servi ...


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Michael L LaJoie, Michael Hayashi: Personal content server apparatus and methods. Time Warner Cable Enterprises, Gazdzinski & Associates PC, May 7, 2013: US08438243 (11 worldwide citation)

Personal content server apparatus and associated methods that allow a user (e.g., cable or satellite network subscriber) to access content, such as a video program, from a location outside the subscriber's network. In one embodiment, a personal content server streams the content to the subscriber ov ...


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Michael L Lajoie: Methods and apparatus for user-based targeted content delivery. Time Warner Cable Enterprises, Gardzinski & Associates PC, June 30, 2015: US09071859 (9 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for selecting and delivering advertising or promotional content based on, e.g., the attributes of a desired demographic. In one embodiment, the invention enhances advertising or promotional penetration into a particular demographic of a network subscriber pool by correlating th ...


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Michael L LaJoie, Michael Hayashi: Personal content server apparatus and methods. Time Warner Cable, Gazdzinski & Associates PC, December 25, 2012: US08341246 (8 worldwide citation)

Personal content server apparatus and associated methods that allow a user (e.g., cable or satellite network subscriber) to access content, such as a video program, from a location outside the subscriber's network. In one embodiment, a personal content server streams the content to the subscriber ov ...


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Michael L LaJoie, James J Braun: Technique for providing security measures for communications device connectable to a communications network. Time Warner Cable, Ryan Mason & Lewis, April 6, 2010: US07694323 (5 worldwide citation)

A user may purchase in a retail outlet a host device for receiving cable services. The cable operator needs to provide a point-of-deployment (POD) module for insertion into the host device to realize out-of-band communications, and provide conditional access to premium subscription channels. Securit ...


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Michael L LaJoie, Michael Hayashi: Personal content server apparatus and methods. Time Warner Cable Enterprises, Gazdzinski & Associates PC, November 28, 2017: US09832246 (1 worldwide citation)

Personal content server apparatus and associated methods that allow a user (e.g., cable or satellite network subscriber) to access content, such as a video program, from a location outside the subscriber's network. In one embodiment, a personal content server streams the content to the subscriber ov ...