TV viewing en The Evolution of Television <p></p><p>Have smartphones, tablets and the Internet changed the way you&nbsp;watch TV?&nbsp;</p><p><a href="">Strategic News Service</a> publisher Mark Anderson says TV is undergoing a revolution, and you can expect even more changes in the coming years.</p><p> Tue, 30 Jul 2013 12:00:00 +0000 Dave Meyer & Mark Anderson 9455 at The Evolution of Television All TV is educational, just maybe not in the way you want <p></p><p>Anyone who says watching TV has no impact on children’s behavior is ignoring a lot of scientific research. The latest study, from pediatricians in Seattle, shows you can improve the behavior of young children by changing what they watch.&nbsp;</p><p>They took this approach after about two decades of trying to get parents to turn off the TV, and severely limit screen time for young kids. They were almost ready to give up. The best they could achieve was cutting TV time for pre-school age children from four-and-a-half hours per day to four hours per day.</p><p>That hardly seemed worth the effort. Mon, 18 Feb 2013 06:20:00 +0000 Keith Seinfeld 7808 at