Royalty Report: Media & Entertainment, Advertising, Internet – Collection: 28331

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 8

Description

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 8

Primary Industries

  • Media & Entertainment
  • Advertising
  • Internet
  • Software
  • Cable TV
  • Computers & Office Equipment
  • Electrical & Electronics
  • Telecommunications Equip
  • Broadcasting/Cable TV
  • Gambling
  • Educational
  • Entertainment & Recreation

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 28331

License Grant
The Company was granted a non-exclusive worldwide license, without the right of sublicense, to use The technology in its system.
License Property
The Company has developed and is marketing a real-time video insertion system (the 'L-VIS(TM) System') that through patented computer vision technology places computer-generated electronic images into television broadcasts of sporting events and other programming.

These electronic images range from simple corporate names or logos to sophisticated multi-media 3-D animated productions. The L-VIS System has been used to insert images, including advertising images and visual aids, into live and pre-recorded television broadcasts. The Company is developing a series of products for the Internet and interactive television to allow viewers to interact with live or recorded video programming.

IPSCIO Record ID: 5196

License Grant
The Company has a non-exclusive worldwide license to a new technology of warp algorithms, i .e. warping of images in real time.
License Property
Licensor owns and controls certain patents, information and knowledge relating to a new technology of warp algorithms, and has the right to license all or any part of those rights to others.

'Technology' shall mean any knowledge, information, know-how, techniques and procedures represented by U.S. Patent Nos. 4,667,190, 1,202,731, 4,835,532 and 5,161,013 and any corresponding foreign applications as well as continuation and divisional applications of the same.

The real-time video insertion system, through patented pattern recognition technology, places computer-generated electronic advertising images into live television broadcasts of sporting and other events.  These electronic images range from simple corporate names or logos to sophisticated multi-media 3-D animated productions.  During the broadcast of a sporting event, for example, these images can be placed to appear to be physically located in various high visibility locations in a stadium or even on a playing field.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26874

License Grant
The Company granted the Licensee of Mexico an exclusive license to use the Licensed Technology within the Territory and to operate one or more Systems in connection therewith or to permit third parties to do so.  The Parties now wish to amend the terms of the License Agreement, upon the terms and conditions set forth in this Amendment Agreement.
License Property
The Company has developed and is marketing a real-time video insertion system that, through patented computer vision technology, places computer-generated electronic images into live and pre-recorded television broadcasts of sports and entertainment programming.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28355

License Grant
Each of us hereby grants to the other non-exclusive licenses of intellectual property we own or control to the extent necessary and appropriate to the advancement and commercialization of the Project and Additional Projects.  Company A hereby grants to Company B and each of its Licensed Affiliates the non-exclusive perpetual worldwide right to make, have made, use, and have supplied products and services that use, any technology, intellectual property and products developed in collaboration with Company B under or as part of the Project and Additional Projects, which Company A owns or controls solely or jointly with Company B, or which Company A is otherwise entitled to license or sublicense.   Company B hereby grants to Company A the exclusive perpetual worldwide royalty-free right to use, sublicense or otherwise commercialize, for all purposes, any technology and intellectual property rights jointly developed under or as part of the Project and Additional Projects, which Company B jointly owns and controls with Company A, subject to retained rights. Company B hereby further grants to Company A a non-exclusive perpetual worldwide royalty free right to use, sublicense or otherwise commercialize any technology and intellectual property which Company B solely owns or controls, to the extent necessary to allow Company A to exploit the Projects and Additional Projects developed in collaboration with Company B.
License Property
We agree to collaborate to develop technology, including the computer hardware, software and documentation, television set-top box interfaces, equipment and related technology, to create virtual, in-content, interactive and targeted advertising and enhancement products for downstream real-time insertion of images into video at multiple distribution locations including, without limitation, via a cable head-end, a satellite uplink facility, a neighborhood distribution site, at individual homes, or individual receivers within a home (such collaboration hereinafter referred to as the 'Project(s)'). The Project's primary goal will be to create such virtual, in-content, interactive and targeted advertising and enhancement products specifically for use with television distribution (the 'Primary Goal').
Field of Use
The Project's primary goal will be to create such virtual, in-content, interactive and targeted advertising and enhancement products specifically for use with television distribution.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2190

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants to Licensee, subject to the terms hereof, an exclusive License to use, distribute and sublicense the Intellectual Property and Improvements throughout the Territory for individualized television based on the FOX Sports Southwest license directly to home subscribers, through the mass distribution systems of cable television, direct-broadcast satellite television, broadcast television, wireless and any future broadband distribution system located in the Territory.  Licensor is the exclusive licensee, with right to sublicense, of certain individualized television programming technologies.
License Property
The Intellectual Property includes the Patents and proprietary technologies, programming methods, Programming and Coding Language, and other trade secrets and know-how, all relating to the Intellectual Property described in the Patents, including applications thereof, regardless of distribution or delivery method.

The Company's products, in general, are tools for the creation of programming that allows viewer participation for both television and Internet platforms.  Individualized Programming significantly enhances the quality of most varieties of television programming by giving the viewer the ability to make instant and seamless changes within the live or pre-recorded television programming being viewed. Individualized Programming is a multi-path broadcast of several elements of programming material, such as instant replay, isolation cameras, statistical data, or additional features.

Field of Use
The rights granted apply in the distribution of individualized television directly to home subscribers.

IPSCIO Record ID: 7421

License Grant
Licensor, an individual from England, will be granted a right to receive a portion of future proceeds, if any, as designated below resulting from Licensee's prosecution, development, licensing, sale and/or other disposition, and, if necessary, the enforcement of the Patents as described herein.
License Property
The Licensee completed the acquisition of four patents (as well as a pending patent application) from the Licensor, a technology leader in digital watermarking content identification, digital rights management and related technologies.

The patents relate to enabling technology for identifying media content on the Internet, such as audio and video, and taking further action to be performed based on such identification, including among others, the insertion of advertising and the facilitation of the purchase of goods and services.

The patents (U.S. Patent No. 7,058,223, No. 8,010,988, No. 8,020,187 and No. 8,205,237) are based on a patent application filed in 2000 and have patent terms extending into 2023.

The Patents
Patent No.
Title
Issue Date

US Patent #7,058,223
Identifying works for initiating a work-based action, such as an action on the internet
June 6, 2006

US Patent #8,010,988
Using features extracted from an audio and/or video work to obtain information about the work
August 30, 2011

US Patent #8,020,187
Identifying works, using a sub linear time search or a non-exhaustive search, for initiating a work-based action, such as an action on the internet         September 13, 2011

US Patent #8,205,237
Identifying works, using a sub-linear time search, such as an approximate nearest neighbor search, for initiating a work-based action, such as an action on the internet
June

Patent App. No.
Title
Publication No. & Date

US Pat. App. No. 13/338,079
Method for using extracted features from an electronic work
N/A

Provisional App. No.
Title
Filing Date

US Provisional App. No.  60/232,618
Identifying and linking television audio, print and other media to the internet
September 14, 2000

IPSCIO Record ID: 28189

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants to Greek Licensee an exclusive license to use its concepts, whether presently developed or developed in the future, its computer software footage to produce promotional video tapes (the 'rights') on satellite, cable television, on direct broadcast television and in its Bingo Club.
License Property
Licensor has developed a concept for beaming live interactive promotional bingo games, and other concepts to the cable and direct broadcast television markets. Licensor has acquired certain equipment that would be useful in implementing said concept, has developed and copy-righted computer software necessary to implement said concept, has produced considerable video footage that could be useful in developing video tapes promoting said concept, and has trademarked the name and logo Satellite Bingo.
Field of Use
Licensee has the expertise on the European and Middle East market with business relations and the network to provide distribution and promotional services. Furthermore, Licensee, has a desire of utilizing Licensor concepts on satellite, cable television, on direct broadcast television and the Bingo Club nationally in Greece.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2186

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants to Licensee, a subsidiary,  subject to the terms hereof, a worldwide, exclusive, perpetual License to exploit the Intellectual Party and Improvements for internet/intranet applications, and also for distance learning and business television, and in general for educational and training applications.
License Property
Specifically included are applications from school(s), universities, business(es), or primarily educational channels such as Knowledge TV or PBS, to homes through mass distribution systems such as cable, DBS, or broadcast. Licensor is the exclusive owner of certain individualized television programming and internet/intranet technologies.  

Patents Title 1. Interactive Cable Television 2. Dedicated Channel Interactive Cable Television 3. One Way Interactive Multisubscriber Communication System 4. Method For Expanding Interactive ACTV Displayable Choices For A Given Channel Capacity 5. Method For Providing Targeted Profile Interactive ACTV Displays 6. Interactive Television System For Providing Full Motion Synched Compatible Audio/Visual Displays 7. Interactive Television System For Providing Full Motion Synched Compatible Audio/Visual Displays From Transmitted Television Signals 8. Method For Providing An Interactive Full Motion Synched Compatible Audio/Visual Television Display 9. Closed Circuit Television System Having Seamless Interactive Television Programming And Expandable User Participation 10. Multiple Access Television 11. A Distance Learning System Providing Individual Television Participation, Audio Responses, And Memory For Every Student 12. Simulcast of Interactive Signals With A Conventional Video Signal 13. Interactive System and Method for Offering Expert Based Interactive Program 14. Compressed Digital Data Interactive Program System.

Field of Use
The rights granted apply for distance learning and business television, and in general for educational and training applications.
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