Watch REVOLT TV in Select Markets on Comcast's Xfinity TV and Time Warner Cable Multi-Genre, Multi- Platform Music Network to Deliver News and Programming to Millions of Viewers LOS ANGELES, Oct. 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- REVOLT TV, presented by Sean "Diddy" Combs, is making its on-air debut today on Comcast's Xfinity TV and Time Warner Cable. The new multi-platform, multi-genre music network will roll out in select cities nationwide including: Florida, New York, Los Angeles, with Chicago and other regions across the country launching soon.
Check with your local cable provider to confirm channel listings.
Comcast's Xfinity TV: www.XfinityTV.com Time Warner Cable Customers: www.TWC.com
ABOUT REVOLT MEDIA & TV
REVOLT, www.revolt.tv, is the new #1 name in music. Launching in October 2013 on Comcast's Xfinity TV 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.
Contacts: Kai D. Wright VP/Director of Communications kwright@REVOLT.tv (212) 500-2235
Julie Cloutier (42 West) Julie.Cloutier@42West.net (424) 901-8712
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