Series: How We Watch http://www.kunc.org en So Many Screens, And So Little Time To Watch http://www.kunc.org/post/so-many-screens-and-so-little-time-watch While sitting on a couch and gazing at a 50-inch TV remains a popular pastime in America, smaller screens have also edged their way into our lives. Phones, tablets and video game devices crowd pockets and coffee tables, offering access to what used to be called "TV," at any time of the day.<p>The change in our viewing habits means that many dens are littered with wires and cables that put everything from HD-quality video to grainy YouTube clips at our fingertips. Wed, 24 Oct 2012 09:03:00 +0000 35471 at http://www.kunc.org So Many Screens, And So Little Time To Watch For Sports Fans, A Plethora Of Platforms To Watch On http://www.kunc.org/post/sports-fans-plethora-platforms-watch While most American homes still have a television in the den, how we watch, and what we watch, is changing. Computers, tablets, smartphones, DVRs and video game consoles have redefined what television is.<p>Viewers have officially become a multiscreen culture. And that means the TV industry is changing, as well. Consider that 36 million Americans watch video on their phones, according to the Nielsen ratings company.<p>That's why we're examining <a href="http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=163261929">How We Watch What We Watch</a> this week on <em>Morning Edition</em>. Mon, 22 Oct 2012 08:28:00 +0000 35368 at http://www.kunc.org For Sports Fans, A Plethora Of Platforms To Watch On