There is some industry debate whether the use of other screens to view video is a supplement to or substitute for traditional television. Yet the use of smartphones and tablets is more subtle and sophisticated than simply as a surrogate for the large living room screen. For many viewers, what broadcasters refer to as the second screen provides a primary connection to their networked world. These touch interfaces provide personal touch points for interactions and transactions that the shared television screen has long struggled to deliver. So it is important to consider not only how much video people are viewing on these portable screens but everything else that they are doing with them.