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G Victor Treyz, Susan M Treyz: Digital audio devices. February 19, 2008: US07333396 (4 worldwide citation)

An alarm clock radio is provided that handles downloaded audio files and streaming digital audio files. The alarm clock radio may have buttons and displays that allow the user to adjust various alarm clock radio settings. The user may also adjust settings remotely over the Internet or over an in-hom ...


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Donald Spector: Themed ornaments with internet radio receiver. Collard & Roe P C, May 13, 2014: US08725065 (4 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for playing signals received from the internet or other information highway on one or more speakers are described. The apparatus has a receiver for receiving information from a preselected address; a processor for interpreting the signals; and at least one sound emitting device for play ...


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Cristian Alfred Worthington: DOM based media viewer. Bruce M Green, Oyen Wiggs Green & Mutala, May 15, 2012: US08181110 (3 worldwide citation)

A system by which a computer user can view or listen to selected media objects, such as videos or podcasts or Internet radio, located in the Document Object Model (“DOM”) of a web page. The system is able to isolate the media objects selected by a user or the media objects stipulated in a database c ...


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G Victor Treyz, Susan M Treyz: Digital audio devices. February 9, 2010: US07660207 (3 worldwide citation)

An alarm clock radio is provided that handles downloaded audio files and streaming digital audio files. The alarm clock radio may have buttons and displays that allow the user to adjust various alarm clock radio settings. The user may also adjust settings remotely over the Internet or over an in-hom ...


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James P Lambert: Generating a composite media stream. Clear Channel Management Services, Alan Carlson, Edward J Marshall Attorney at Law PLLC, August 31, 2010: US07787973 (3 worldwide citation)

The present invention discloses a method, apparatus, and article of manufacture for providing information. According to one embodiment of the present invention, at least two data segments are collected. Each data segment is collected from a media stream, and each media stream is located at a differe ...


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Weinblatt Lee S: Technique for correlating purchase behavior of a consumer to advertisements. Weinblatt Lee S, January 17, 2007: EP1744276-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

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 ...


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Guinn R Edward: Method and system for a vote based media system. Guinn R Edward, Webb Glenn L, April 7, 2011: WO/2011/040999 (3 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for allowing a user to interact with a station so to have input into the selection of media to be broadcast. The user is able to vote on selections within a media library. The station tabulates the votes and broadcasts the highest ranked selection based on vote totals. The user i ...


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Roberts Dale T, Mantle Michael W, Wells Maxwell, Cook Randall, Hamilton Brian: Personal audio recording system. Gracenote, September 14, 2005: EP1573462-A2 (3 worldwide citation)

Broadcast music, or other audio that a user wants to hear, is recorded based on criteria obtained from a user. Any of a plurality of techniques may be used to identify the audio, alone or in combination with other identification techniques, including length of song, fingerprint recognition of digita ...


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Safi Qureshey, Daniel D Sheppard: Method and device for an internet radio capable of obtaining playlist content from a content server. Black Hills Media, June 17, 2014: US08755763 (2 worldwide citation)

A network-enabled audio device that provides a display device that allows the user to select playlists of music much like a jukebox is disclosed. The user can compose playlists from disk files, CD's, Internet streaming audio broadcasts, online music sites, and other audio sources. The user can also ...


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Kevin R Lockhart, Richard D Wooden, Jeffrey D Zigler, Jacqueline J Lockhart: Customizing perishable content of a media channel. Clear Channel Management Services, Garlick & Markison, Edward J Marshall, March 11, 2014: US08671214 (2 worldwide citation)

A user can specify particular news, weather, traffic, or other perishable content received on a particular Internet radio station or other media channel. The user can customize the station so that wherever the user is currently located, he can receive perishable content related to a preferred geogra ...



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