ENTERTAINMENT CONCERNING TELEVISION PROGRAMS

Brand Owner (click to sort) Address Description
BOOTY TOOCH Ty Loke, LLC 10960 Wilshire Blvd., 5th Floor
Nigro Karlin Segal Feldstein & Bolno LLP
Los Angeles CA 90024
Entertainment, personal appearances by an entertainer, ...
CI'L Ty Loke, LLC 10960 Wilshire Blvd., 5th Floor
Nigro Karlin Segal Feldstein & Bolno LLP
Los Angeles CA 90024
Entertainment, personal appearances by an entertainer, ...
EYE SEE YOUR BEAUTY Ty Loke, LLC c/o Pryor Cashman LLP, 7 Times Square
New York NY 10036
Entertainment, personal appearances by an entertainer, ...
FLAWSOME Ty Loke, LLC c/o Pryor Cashman LLP, 7 Times Square
New York NY 10036
entertainment services, live, televised and movie ...
THE TYRA BANKS COMPANY Ty Loke, LLC c/o Pryor Cashman LLP, 7 Times Square
New York NY 10036
Entertainment, personal appearances by an entertainer, ...
THE TYRA BANKS COMPANY Ty Loke, LLC c/o Pryor Cashman LLP, 7 Times Square
New York NY 100366569
Entertainment, personal appearances by an entertainer, ...
YOU + YOUR FLAWS + AWESOME = FLAWSOME Ty Loke, LLC c/o Pryor Cashman LLP, 7 Times Square
New York NY 10036
Entertainment, personal appearances by an entertainer, ...
 

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Technical Examples
  1. This invention is a method of allocating bandwidth for a television program delivery system. This method selects specific programs from a plurality of programs, allocates the selected programs to a segment of bandwidth, and continues to allocate the programs until all the programs are allocated or all of the available bandwidth is allocated. The programs may be selected based on a variety of different factors or combination of factors. The selected programs may also be prioritized so that higher priority programs are distributed before lower priority programs in case there is not enough bandwidth to transmit all of the programs. This invention allows a television program delivery system to prioritize a large number of television programs and distribute these programs based on their priority levels. The invention also permits a television program delivery system to dynamically allocate bandwidth over time or based on marketing information, such as consumer demand.