Just a few decades ago, television and radio were the primary sources of at-home entertainment, while television, radio and newspapers were the primary sources of news. The rotary phone was the number one way to communicate, aside from sending a letter via post. Today, however, consumers have a plethora of options to choose from when it comes to media, entertainment and communications alike. From streaming video or music on a smart phone to interacting with one another and our communities via the world wide web, entertainment, media and connectivity are literally at our fingertips at home as well as on the go. This infographic, created by Broadband Search, details the ways in which media consumption in the United States is changing, and how certain groups of people consumer media differently.