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John C Harvey, James W Cuddihy: Signal processing apparatus and methods. Darby & Darby, September 15, 1987: US04694490 (700 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods for automatically controlling programming transmissions and presentations on television and radio equipment and monitoring the programming transmitted and presented. ("Programming" here means everything transmitted over television or radio intended for communication of entertai ...


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John C Harvey, James W Cuddihy: Signal processing apparatus and methods. The Personalized Mass Media Corporation, Thomas J Scott Jr, October 23, 1990: US04965825 (486 worldwide citation)

A unified system of programming communication for use on individual computer systems with capacity for generating relevant user specific information simultaneously at each station of a plurality of subscriber stations. The system includes a transmission station which is a central control system of a ...


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John C Harvey, James W Cuddihy: Signal processing apparatus and methods. Darby & Darby, November 3, 1987: US04704725 (439 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods for automatically controlling programing transmissions and presentations on television and radio equipment and monitoring the programing transmitted and presented. ("Programing" here means everything transmitted over television or radio intended for communication of entertainme ...


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John C Harvey, James W Cuddihy: Signal processing apparatus and methods. The Personalized Mass Media Corporation, Howrey & Simon, August 3, 1993: US05233654 (404 worldwide citation)

A unified system of programing communication. The system encompasses the prior art (television, radio, broadcast hardcopy, computer communications, etc.) and new user specific mass media. Within the unified system, parallel processing computer systems, each having an input (e.g., 77) controlling a p ...


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John C Harvey, James W Cuddihy: Signal processing apparatus and methods. Personalized Mass Media Corporation, Howrey & Simon, April 28, 1992: US05109414 (398 worldwide citation)

A unified system of programming communication. The system encompasses the prior art (television, radio, broadcast hardcopy, computer communications, etc.) and new user specific mass media. Within the unified system, parallel processing computer systems, each having an input (e.g., 77) controlling a ...


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John Christopher Harvey, James William Cuddihy: Signal processing apparatus and methods. Personalized Media Communications L L C, Howrey & Simon, March 23, 1999: US05887243 (290 worldwide citation)

A unified system of programing communication. The system encompasses the prior art (television, radio, broadcast hardcopy, computer communications, etc.) and new user specific mass media. Within the unified system, parallel processing computer systems, each having an input (e.g., 77) controlling a p ...


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Harvey John C, Cuddihy James W: Signal processing apparatus and methods. Personalized Media Communicati, January 8, 1997: EP0752767-A2 (78 worldwide citation)

A unified system of programming communication. The system encompasses prior art communications (such as, for example, television, radio, electronically transmitted print, and computer communications) and new user specific mass media. Within the unified system, computer system means (205) and methods ...


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Harvey John C, Cuddihy James W: Signal processing apparatus and methods.. Harvey John C, August 22, 1990: EP0382764-A1 (39 worldwide citation)

A unified system of programming communication. The system encompasses prior art communications (such as, for example, television, radio, electronically transmitted print, and computer communications) and new user specific mass media. Within the unified system, computer system means (205) and methods ...


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John Christopher Harvey, James William Cuddihy: Signal processing apparatus and methods. Personalized Media Communications, Goodwin Procter, April 29, 2014: US08713624 (32 worldwide citation)

A unified system of programming communication. The system encompasses the prior art (television, radio, broadcast hardcopy, computer communications, etc.) and new user specific mass media. Within the unified system, parallel processing computer systems, each having an input (e.g., 77) controlling a ...


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John Christopher Harvey, James William Cuddihy: Signal processing apparatus and methods. Personalized Media Communications, Goodwin Procter, May 29, 2012: US08191091 (27 worldwide citation)

A unified system of programming communication. The system encompasses the prior art (television, radio, broadcast hardcopy, computer communications, etc.) and new user specific mass media. Within the unified system, parallel processing computer systems, each having an input (e.g., 77) controlling a ...