The Breakfast Club, starring Charlamagne Tha God, Angela Yee and DJ Envy, will be televised live Monday through Friday on REVOLT TV beginning by March 3rd, 2014.
“Starting our day with The Breakfast Club brings three more hours of
live daily programming to REVOLT’s already expansive real-time coverage
of music, music news and culture each day,” said Andy Schuon, president
and co-founder of REVOLT. The Breakfast Club, the award-winning, live morning show stars Charlamagne Tha God, former co-host of The Wendy Williams Experience and current host of MTV2’s Guy Code; Angela Yee, former morning show host on shade 45 at Sirius XM Satellite Radio, and cast member from VH1′s The Gossip Game; and DJ Envy, legendary DJ, mixtape master, and host of MTV2’s Sucker Free and Week in Jams.
On weekdays millions of fans can now also watch the hit morning show’s
unrivaled interviews and conversations with celebrities and hip-hop
artists, entertainment news and fresh music mixes, along with their
signature blend of honesty and humor. “Taking this award-winning Power 105 morning show and extending its
reach to television reinforces Clear Channel['s] position as a
preeminent multi-platform entertainment company,” said John Sykes,
president of Entertainment Enterprises for Clear Channel. “We are a
company that creates incredible, original content every day and we are
excited to partner on this with a true visionary like Sean Combs.” Launched in December 2010, The Breakfast Club was named the No. 1 radio program in the nation by The Source magazine. It’s also widely regarded as one of the most informative and entertaining urban morning shows today.“We are proud of this new partnership with Clear Channel; adding
radio as a medium to the REVOLT arsenal will help push the traditional
boundaries of music on television and expand our reach even further with
millions of new listeners and viewers, which is incredible for a
fledgling network,” stated Keith Clinkscales, REVOLT CEO.
Sidebar: What is hilarious about this news is I recently watched an interview with Diddy at The Breakfast club were he clearly said he didn't want anyone over 30 or 40 on is network. Lol! Now the flagship show for his network will feature the same people he said he didn't want representing Revolt. How quickly we change. Lol! But on a positive note good job Breakfast Club. This is a win, win.