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During an interview with Real Talk NY, Diddy said he wants Revolt TV, set for an October debut, to be a trusted, credible name in music.
“When you talk about our content, first and foremost, it’s going to be newsy, from a journalistic standpoint and from a point of integrity. That we have a relationship with the artists—they trust us with their stories, they trust us with their ups and downs. We have no place [on TV] to get that from,” he said.
“I feel like we are in an age where technology gives us the freedom to be so artistic, to be fearless, and to be in different places and share different experiences,” he added, “and that’s what Revolt wants to embrace and celebrate from a musical point of view.”
Watch Diddy’s video below, then click through the slides to find seven who are looking for new employees.