(CNN) — If you fall asleep in bed every night with the TV on, you’re apparently a dying breed.
More people now use their tablet or smartphone in the bedroom for late-night video viewing rather than switching on the tube, according to a new survey.
Motorola Mobility surveyed 9,500 people in 17 countries and found that “consumers are watching an enormous amount of video, in some surprising ways, in unexpected places.”
Among respondents, 46% said they’ve watched video on their smartphones in the master bedroom, and 41% said they’ve done so on tablets. That’s compared with 36% who said they watch TV while, or after, hitting the sack.
Motorola’s fourth annual Media Engagement Barometer doesn’t delve deeply into what sort of content people are watching in the bedroom or elsewhere (though it could be noted that the section revealing the bedroom habits is called “Multi-screen Romance”).