Diddy’s Revolt TV Partners with Time Warner

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Revolt TV, the new cable network from Sean “P. Diddy” Combs, has joined together with Time Warner Cable for distribution. The network, which already has an agreement with Comcast, will launch this fall.

The programming on Diddy’s network will include live performances, music videos, news and interviews in addition to original talk shows and series. Aiming to represent popular culture, Revolt TV is committed to both artists and fans and will provide a multimedia platform with extensive integration of social media. The network’s agreement with two of the largest cable carriers in the US is historic for the hip-hop community.

“I am excited about Revolt,” said Andre Harrell, Vice Chairman of Combs Enterprises. “For the first time there is a music channel with a real music man at the helm, and I know that Revolt would have “Blurred Lines”by Robin Thicke and “I’m a God” by Kanye West in full rotation…and that’s exciting.”