Squeezing as much out of life as is possible

None of us, it seems, has enough time to do the things we want to do. Between work, hauling kids around, yard work, cooking dinner, working a second job, etc. there's little time to do things like play golf, go sailing, watch a movie, or increasingly, even sleep. With viewership declining and becoming increasingly fragmented, broadcasters are coming to terms with this and they are trying to help us out by creating programming that does not take a full hour or even a half hour to consume.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

None of us, it seems, has enough time to do the things we want to do. Between work, hauling kids around, yard work, cooking dinner, working a second job, etc. there's little time to do things like play golf, go sailing, watch a movie, or increasingly, even sleep.

With viewership declining and becoming increasingly fragmented, broadcasters are coming to terms with this and they are trying to help us out by creating programming that does not take a full hour or even a half hour to consume.

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