Building on the recent launch of his new television network REVOLT TV, Diddy stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! to speaks on his recent business ventures and specific aims for the new destination of music.
With the launch of his brand-new television network, REVOLT TV, Sean Combs is enjoying himself a Puff Daddy moment. As he chops it up with the Power 105 crew after the jump, Puff talks about the network and what he has planned for it and being the #1 destination for music, the state of New York music as well as the future of it, Kendrick Lamar and what impressions his recent actions had on Combs, and much more.
Time Warner subscribers (yes, Comcast too) can tune into channel 105, or watch a live-stream at Revolt.tv LIVE at 8pm TONIGHT for the beginning of REVOLT.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have gradually been spotted out and about, enjoying date nights and socialising with their celebrity friends, since the birth of the couple’s daughter North West in June.
The queen of reality TV shared a photo on Instagram of the pair’s latest goings-on, in which Kim and Kanye looked to be having a fun-filled evening with Oprah Winfrey and rapper P Diddy.
“Oh no big deal,” wrote Kim alongside the photo, which thousands of her fans “liked”.
Rumor has it that Diddy will be launching his own Television network called Revolt this year on 12/12/12 with Comcast with help from former MTV programming chief Andy Schuon. Here are some more details:
Sean Combs, the entertainment impresario known as Diddy, is planning to launch a music-themed cable network, according to three sources with knowledge of his plans. The channel is called Revolt and is aiming to launch at the end of the year–12/12/12, to be specific.
Sources with knowledge of the Revolt playbook describe it as a music and music news channel with an urban skew. One described it as the old days of MTV, but for more of the African American audience. The venture is well funded, say the sources.
Former MTV programming chief Andy Schuon is involved with Revolt, according to sources. In 2006, Schuon headed up a music channel called International Music Feed (IMF), which was acquired by Ovation TV before being discontinued.
Comcast will provide distribution as part of its commitment to the FCC to help launch minority owned networks. In April, Comcast began soliciting proposals for “independent channels,” according to its press materials. It plans to launch 10 over the next eight years, including eight Hispanic or African American owned channels, and began accepting proposals for the first three last spring.