Espial, Cisco debut multiscreen companion app; Moshi Monsters coming to TV

More cable news from across the web:

> According to a new report by Ernst & Young, the average digital revenue of media and entertainment companies will soon overtake traditional revenue sources. Release

> An animated TV series based on the popular kids' game Moshi Monsters will soon be distributed on both linear and digital platforms. Article

> D-Link today introduced D-Link DCM-7662DM DOCSIS 3.0 Gateway for home and small business networking. Release

Telecom News

> Alpheus Communications, a competitive provider focused on Texas' DASH (Dallas-Austin-San Antonio-Houston) market, has received $135 million in new funding from Bank Street Group LLC to refinance its current debt and fund growth. Read more


> Microsoft's loss has been Oregan Networks' gain. The London-based middleware provider, which grabbed a huge chunk of business when BT Vision dumped Mediaroom, reported 17.9 percent uplift in licensing and professional services in 2012. Read more

And finally... Espial and Cisco is demonstrating Espial's advanced multiscreen companion app, which integrates with Cisco's Videoscape 9800 Series Multiscreen Gateway, at The Cable Show. Release


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