A suited-up Sean Combs called his display more of an “omnifront,” making the pitch to advertisers to invest in his music news channel. He also previewed new programming, targeting “young people,” such as the Making The Band docu-series and Road To Truth show.
The Bad Boy CEO also said that Revolt will be for music what CNN and ESPN are for sports and news. The comparisons didn’t stop there as Puff also called his television baby a young Apple or Google.
He even announced that Revolt would have its own app which would allow users to watch the channel live, access videos on demand, set programming reminders and read breaking news.
Diddy promised, “I’m telling you we are going to be available in over a billion devices in five years.”