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The New York Daily News reports that Diddy is collaborating with former MTV programming chief Andy Schuon to give the network the feel of “an old-style MTV.” Comcast has agreed to carry the network as part of the company’s merger agreement with NBC Universal. Together, their goal is to launch 10 new minority target networks over eight years.
Revolt will be available beginning December 12, according to Clutch Magazine.
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Judging by Oprah’s struggles to save OWN, it’s not easy running a network. However, playing music videos for the majority of the day may solve any programming hurdles.
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