Sean “Diddy” Combs has expanded the platform of his REVOLT TV channel via a carriage agreement with the National Cable Television Cooperative, making the channel available to almost 1,000 NCTC members.
In addition to providing access to standard television sets, the service will also be available on computers and a variety of mobile devices.
“As a minority-owned, independent network, we are particularly proud to grow this partnership with NCTC, who represents independent operators of all sizes across all demographics,” said REVOLT TV SVP, Head of Content Distribution James Brown. “Coupled with other recent deals, this agreement reinforces the strength of our programming and commitment to continued growth across rural, suburban and urban markets alike.”
“We are pleased to have reached an agreement with REVOLT on behalf of NCTC members. We look forward to a beneficial partnership for our member companies,” said NCTC Executive Vice President of Programming Judy Meyka.
REVOLT focuses its programming on new music and youth culture.