Puffy has some exciting news for followers and fans of his relatively new music cable channel.
In a statement regarding “the expansion of REVOLT TV,” the multi-genre, multi-platform network that offers breaking music news, videos, and much more, the brainchild of the innovative music platform Sean “Diddy” Combs says, “This is a historical day for REVOLT. With a major player like AT&T, more people will be able to access the hottest music and original content on every screen and device.”
This is a historical day for REVOLT. With a major player like AT&T, more people will be able to access the hottest music and original content on every screen and device.
He is referring to, of course, the announcement of a huge deal between AT&T U-verse and REVOLT that will allow U-verse TV customers to have “virtually unlimited access to Combs’ “#1 name in music.””
Mel Coker, chief marketing officer, AT&T Home Solutions: AT&T is excited to bring REVOLT programming to our customers. REVOLT is a great fit as we strive to bring our customers the content they want, when and where they want it.”
James Brown REVOLT SVP, Head of Content Distribution: “We are extremely excited about this new deal with AT&T. This is another strategic step forward with an incredible organization as we approach our second year.”
Keith Clinkscales, REVOLT CEO: “REVOLT is squarely positioned on super-serving millennials on all the devices they consume content. This robust multi-platform agreement with AT&T ensures that REVOLT is easily accessible and increases the visibility and authoritativeness of our brand.”
REVOLT has rapidly become one of music’s biggest names, and also is “the fastest growing new music cable channel” in the country launching nearly two years ago in October.
Combs, who at one point of time had attended historically black Howard University in the nation’s capital as a business major before dropping out to pursue his music career, and later was awarded an honorary doctorate from the university in 2014, added: “This agreement shows the world that REVOLT is a force in the media industry.“
We ain’t mad at cha.
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Tommy G. Meade Jr. is the Editor-in-Chief at HBCU Buzz. Follow him on Twitter.