White Space


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White Space

Any empty space in a print advertisement. White space generally looks sleek and, for that reason, is frequently used to promote luxury or other expensive products.
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Then there is Stephen Cracknell, founder and CIO of US Medical IT, which offers telemedicine in rural areas and also sees to benefit from TV white spaces broadband.
TV white spaces broadband could find a home in developing countries like in the Philippines where broadband internet access is still limited.
said Rachel Ainsworth, co-founder of Source Global Research and White Space.
Although it might be tempting to view all of the categories in which store brands have a low market share as the biggest white space opportunities, it's not that simple, Hale suggests.
So just over the past month, we have implemented the first [TV white space equipment] production units to support commercial capabilities for this new technology.
Last October, the company announced the world's first live, over-the-air public demonstration of Wi-Fi access supported in dynamically selected TV White Space (TVWS) spectrum channels.
So, where white space is concerned, should designers consider factors that are unrelated to design?
TV white space is that portion of the television UHF and VHF frequency bands that is unused by licensed services.
Using a series of in-depth case studies, Johnson looks at how various companies have used novel business models to move into this white space and expand their market reach while achieving new growth.
First of all the white space separators surround the elements of the page such as text areas or pictures.
Yes, indeed: Many entertainers opposed the white space ruling because of concern about their microphones.
NEW YORK CITY: Will the Federal Communications Commission open up TV white space for new wireless applications at the expense of theatre operators?