NimbleTV, a New York startup, has launched to offer cable TV everywhere, without the blessing of the cable companies. The subscription service, which sells channels it buys through packages from Dish Network, and distributes them online, allowing recording of up to 10,000 hours of television. The company is backed by Greycroft Partners and Tribeca Venture Partners and by the Tribune Company. It is the second startup to launch in recent months with that intention: Aereo, backed by Barry Diller and IAC, has launched but met immediate lawsuits from the cable companies. [Source: NimbleTV and NYT]