With lots of different TV screens and devices out and about, there are many ways to access video -- especially when it comes to younger TV consumers. And that means portability.
For example, a recent survey says 45% of viewers watch TV/video programming in a different room from other people when at home, according to Videology, a digital video and TV advertising technology company.
When it comes to growing devices, 18% have eight or more screens to watch TV/video at home -- with 49% saying they use their laptop as their primary device to watch TV/video at home.
Bedroom viewing, long viewed second to the living room, still commands attention. Nearly 30% say “lying in bed” is the ideal way to watch TV/video at home.
Looking more specifically at just those new digital devices, 60% watch TV/video from that technology in their beds; 14% watch TV/video on a device in the bathroom.
While individual preferences for TV/video viewing are growing, the survey says watching TV with a least another person in the room is still high on the list -- 34% of people report doing this.
Videology says this 12-question survey was conducted in November 2014 from 2,066 U.S. respondents.