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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 (51 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, 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, 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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Charles A Hasek: Personal content server apparatus and methods. Time Warner Cable Enterprises, Gazdzinski & Associates PC, September 19, 2017: US09769513

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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Charles Hasek, Kenneth Gould: Emergency alert data delivery apparatus and methods. Time Warner Cable Enterprises, Gazdzinski & Associates PC, August 22, 2017: US09743158

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, Kenneth Gould: Emergency alert data delivery apparatus and methods. Gazdzinski & Associates, June 14, 2007: US20070136743-A1

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, Kenneth Gould: Emergency alert data delivery apparatus and methods. Gazdzinski & Associates PC, April 8, 2010: US20100088718-A1

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, Kenneth Gould: Emergency alert data delivery apparatus and methods. March 29, 2012: US20120079531-A1

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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EMERGENCY ALERT DATA DELIVERY APPARATUS AND METHODS. December 26, 2013: US20130347031-A1

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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SECONDARY CONTENT INSERTION APPARATUS AND METHODS. January 5, 2017: US20170006317-A1

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, with dynamic or adaptive insertion of secondary content (e.g., advertisements or promotions) that are more re ...



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