It's official! Revolt TV is here, alive and kicking. I found it interesting in an interview that Diddy did with The Breakfast Club that he admitted in the first few months to a year, the channel will definitely have growing pains, make mistakes, and learn the rules by action. Not what you would usually expect to hear from the one formerly known as Puff. But it just goes to show how much things can change. The way music is distributed and consumed changes almost from week to week, and it would seem that Diddy is going back to an older model that's been abandoned by the likes of BET, MTV and VH1. But if we know Diddy, we know he's never one to have the cards stacked to heavily against him. Revolt could have the potential to be on every TV screen the world over in the next year or so, if he has his way. And that's the direction that Diddy is truly headed in: being a controller and owner of media. The launch of Revolt is just one more example of his savvy and ability to work across platforms, and be successful at doing to.