eircom, Ireland's incumbent telecom service provider, is kicking off its new eVision IPTV service.
NimbleTV has launched an all-in-one, cloud-based TV everywhere service in New York City. Consumers can use NimbleTV's concierge service to sign up for a subscription TV package of their choice, which will then be available in the cloud.
À la carte TV is making it to market in Canada with the Toronto-based IPTV provider VMedia launching what it calls 'pick a pack' TV subscriptions with individual consumer choice over channel options. It's online UChoose Store offers 60 available channels as standalones, with more than 40 that can be selected as part of an 'à la carte' personalised channel package.
Germany's national telco Deutsche Telekom will expand the video-on-demand (VOD) portal of its IPTV platform Entertain with subscribers being able to access the catch-up TV service from public broadcaster ZDF directly from their TV set from 11 December 2013.
Multiscreen platform provider Comigo has expanded its partnership with IPTV service provider KartinaTV which delivers Russian-language television to Russian speakers outside of the country.
Colombia's Empresa de Telecomunicaciones de Bogotá (ETB) says it will now be ready to launch its IPTV service in the first half of 2014. The launch was scheduled for December, but according to the company the service requires more testing.