PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — The music network started by Sean Combs last year is launching a twice-a-day live television show that it hopes will become a central place for music news and performances.
The Revolt network said Sunday that its “Revolt Live” show will be aired at 5 and 8 p.m. ET from a new studio in Hollywood. The California-based rap performer Sibley and Philadelphia disc jockey, DJ Damage, will be co-hosts.
Revolt currently airs in about 20 million homes in the United States, primarily concentrated in the eastern part of the country and in Comcast and Time Warner cable homes.
The “Revolt Live” programs will premiere Jan. 27, the day after the Grammy Awards.