The agency classifies simultaneous screen time into two key buckets: “stacking,” when the consumed content is unrelated (mindlessly surfacing Facebook during a favorite show); and “meshing,” when the content synchs up (searching for an actress in the show). (via New Millward Brown Study Shows Mobile Use Now Outpacing TV | Digital – Advertising Age)

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