Jonathan I. Strietzel

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Jonathan I. Strietzel
Born1980
NationalityAmerican
OccupationEntrepreneur, businessman, inventor
Years active1997 - present

Jonathan I. Strietzel is an American entrepreneur, businessman, and inventor.[1][2][3] He is known for founding various companies as well as engineering and patenting several systems and methods in telecommunications,[4] advertising, and video gaming.[5][6][7][8]

History[edit]

Jonathan Streitzel completed a bachelor's degree in Business Administration at Chapman University.[9] In 1999 he invented systems for ring-tone advertising. He later invented one of the first storage business models. In 2001 he patented a Cloud computing system that constituted a cloud-based freemium online distribution model for music and films.

In 2005 he founded Clone Interactive alongside Jon Kraft and Jon Snoddy.[10] The company later became New media firm Big Stage Entertainment and was named by Forbes as one of “America’s 20 Most Promising Companies.”[11][12] In 2011 he founded Strietzel.Co, a software development company.[13]

Patent lawsuit[edit]

In 2011 a company called Callertone Innovations LLC filed 18 lawsuits against AT&T, Verizon, Sprint Nextel, MetroPCS, T-Mobile and others for breaching two patents on ring-tone advertising. The patents, titled “Method and apparatus for selectively providing messages in telecommunications systems”, included patent Nos. 7,852,995 and 7,860,225. Jonathan Strietzel was registered as inventor of the patents in question.[14][15]

Patents[edit]

No. Name Inventor(s) Publication No. Publication date
1 Systems and Methods for Interactive Advertising Using Personalized Head Models[16] Jonathan Isaac Strietzel et al. US 2009/0132371 A1 November 19, 2008
2 Systems and Methods for Voice Personalization of Video Content[17] Jonathan Isaac Strietzel, Jon Hayes Snoddy, Douglas Alexander Fidaleo US 2012/0323581 A1 December 20, 2012
3 Systems and Methods for Distributing Targeted Multimedia Content and Advertising[18] Jonathan Isaac Strietzel US 2009/0135177 A1 February 26, 2001
4 Method and Apparatus for Telecommunications Advertising[19] Jonathan Isaac Strietzel US 2001/0051517 A1 January 2, 2001
5 Method and Apparatus for Selectively Providing Messages in Telecommunications Systems[20] Jonathan Isaac Strietzel US 2009/0136010 A1 February 3, 2009
6 Systems and Methods for Creating Personalized Media Content having Multiple Content Layers[21] Jon Hayes Snoddy et al. US 2009/0135176 A1 November 19, 2008
7 Systems and Methods for Server Based Video Gaming[22] Jon Hayes Snoddy et al. US 2009/0135176 A1 November 19, 2008

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CIA technology will map your face". CNET.
  2. ^ "Intel In The 3-D Fast Lane". Forbes.
  3. ^ "Jonathan Strietzel: Creating". CBS New.
  4. ^ "Ringback-Tone Lawsuits: 'I Don't Know The Details, I Just Invent Shit'". CBS New.
  5. ^ "America's 20 Most Promising Young Companies". Forbes.
  6. ^ "Digital You". CBS New.
  7. ^ "Inventor Behind Patents In Ringback-Tone Lawsuits: 'I Don't Know The Details, I Just Invent Shit'". Patent Examiner.
  8. ^ "Jonathan Strietzel". Bloomberg.
  9. ^ "Relationships, technology build a company". OCRegister.
  10. ^ "Jonathan Strietzel". Crunchbase.
  11. ^ "America's 20 Most Promising Young Companies". Forbes.
  12. ^ "Jonathan Strietzel: Creating the "Digital You"". CBS News.
  13. ^ "Intros.Com $749999 Fundraising. Jonathan Strietzel Released Dec 14 D Form". Octa Finance.
  14. ^ "Inventor Behind Patents In Ringback-Tone Lawsuits: 'I Don't Know The Details, I Just Invent Shit'". Patent Examiner.
  15. ^ "Should Inventors Take Responsibility When Their Patents End Up In Troll Suits?". TechDirt.
  16. ^ "Systems and Methods for Interactive Advertising Using Personalized Head Models". Jonathan Isaac Strietzel et al. November 19, 2008. Retrieved 26 February 2013.
  17. ^ "Systems and Methods for Voice Personalization of Video Content". Jonathan Isaac Strietzel, Jon Hayes Snoddy, Douglas Alexander Fidaleo. December 20, 2012. Retrieved 26 February 2013.
  18. ^ "Systems and Methods for Distributing Targeted Multimedia Content and Advertising". Retrieved 26 February 2013.
  19. ^ "Method and Apparatus for Telecommunications Advertising". Retrieved 26 February 2013.
  20. ^ "Method and Apparatus for Selectively Providing Messages in Telecommunications Systems". Feb 3, 2009. Retrieved 26 February 2013.
  21. ^ "Systems and Methods for Creating Personalized Media Content having Multiple Content Layers". Jon Hayes Snoddy et al. November 19, 2008. Retrieved 26 February 2013.
  22. ^ "Systems and Methods for Server Based Video Gaming". Jon Hayes Snoddy et al. November 19, 2008. Retrieved 26 February 2013.