AT&T Adds Sean Combs’ Revolt TV To DirecTV And Expands Base On U-verse

ATT’s preference to supplement by Sean “Diddy” Combs’ song channel Revolt to DirecTV is critical for a channel. But it isn’t wholly a warn after ATT’s agreement in Jul to move Revolt to U-verse’s U-300 bundle.

Revolt joins DirecTV’s Xtra package as good as U-verse’s U-200 package. The companies contend that ATT will offer it “across mixed platforms in a future.”

Combs calls a ATT understanding “further explanation we are on a quick lane to revolutionizing a media industry. We are achieving what we set out to do 18 months ago – a programming is accessible on some-more screens, and a assembly is bigger and some-more absolute than ever before.”

ATT Chief Content Officer Dan York says a channel “brings a uninformed and sparkling indicate of perspective to a channel lineup.”

Revolt says it reaches some-more than 50 million immature adults around TV and other platforms. In further to a ATT properties, it’s accessible domestically on Time Warner Cable, Comcast, Verizon FiOS, CenturyLink Prism TV and Suddenlink.

Music channels have struggled newly on compensate TV as fans find copious opportunities online to locate song videos and programming. Last year Revolt offering an estimated $200 million for MSG’s Fuse song channel, though was outbid by a primogenitor of Jennifer Lopez’s NuvoTV. Combs pronounced following that his song channel was “used as a pawn” in a auction for Fuse. “It’s cool,” he added. “That’s a approach business works.”