Former BET Senior Counsel Joins Sean Combs' New Multi-Genre, Multi-Platform Music Network Launching October 21st on Time Warner Cable and Comcast LOS ANGELES, Oct. 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Keith Clinkscales, CEO of REVOLT TV, announced today that Inga Dyer will be joining the new multi-genre, multi-platform music network founded by Sean Combs as vice president of business and legal affairs. In this role, Dyer is responsible for establishing the networks' standards and practices in all areas of business and legal affairs including talent and format acquisitions, production agreements, rights agreements, content license and distribution agreements, third party integration and sponsorship agreements, web development agreements, all REVOLT vendor agreements, and other agreements in connection with the development and production of television programming.
"REVOLT, along with Inga and a newly formed team of industry veterans, will represent the architects who define culture and influence society," said Clinkscales. "Together, we are going to build an empowering platform for artists and their audience making REVOLT the new #1 name in music."
REVOLT TV is set to launch on October 21st on Comcast and Time Warner Cable in top markets nationwide including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and more with additional distribution to follow in January 2014. The first multi-platform, music network geared towards millennials, REVOLT TV will shine a light on new talent, present the future of music and bring together the global conversation around music while playing the best of the best.
For more on REVOLT TV, visit http://revolt.tv/.
INGA DYER Vice President, Business and Legal Affairs
Prior to joining REVOLT, Dyer served as senior counsel for BET Networks where she was the primary liaison between BET and CBS for the re-launching of the record breaking cable television hit "The Game." On a day to day basis she was responsible for the business and legal affairs for BET's Original Programming scripted department and worked closely with executives from Programming, Development, Creative, Media Sales, Finance, Marketing and Corporate Communications.
With more than fifteen years of success in business and legal affairs, Dyer has also worked with Warner Chappell Music, Magic Johnson Enterprises, and Spike TV negotiating competitive and precedent setting deals. She has worked as a solo practitioner generating more than 10 million dollars in endorsement deals for professional entertainers and athletes.
Before settling back to her hometown in Los Angeles, California, Dyer received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Howard University and her Juris Doctorate from Howard University School of Law. Inga is a member of the California Bar Association, the Los Angeles County Bar Association, the Black Entertainment & Sports Lawyers Association, Screen Actors Guild, and an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
REVOLT MEDIA & TV
REVOLT, www.revolt.tv, is the new #1 name in music. Launching in October 2013 in major cities including New York, Los Angeles and Chicago on Comcast and Time Warner Cable, the multi-genre, multi-platform music network delivers music news in real-time, and the best of the best in music programming. A "social by design" network built to play at the speed of social media, REVOLT is live, direct, and always on - anytime, anywhere, any screen.
Presented by multifaceted, entertainment powerhouse Sean "Diddy" Combs, REVOLT is led by an executive team of award-winning, media veterans that include Keith Clinkscales (ESPN, VIBE Magazine), Andy Schuon (Ticketmaster, Warner Brothers, MTV) as well as Val Boreland (Comedy Central, Lifetime Television). REVOLT is owned by Combs Enterprises.
Connect with REVOLT now through social media: Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Facebook and Tumblr.
Kai D. Wright VP/Director of Communications kwright@REVOLT.tv (212) 500-2235
Sarah Rothman (42 West) Sarah.Rothman@42West.net (212) 277-7555
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