Diddy television is official. After weeks of unconfirmed reports and unofficial announcements, Sean “Diddy” Combs took to YouTube on Tuesday to introduce Revolt TV, his music-themed cable network. The Bad Boy CEO dramatically began his three-and-a-half-minute announcement saying, “The revolution will be televised.” Revolt, which will be distributed by Comcast, is part of the company’s commitment to put more minority-run cable networks on television. Diddy added, “Revolt TV is bringing that revolution that television needs. I grew up watching BET and MTV and HBO and NBC, and I had a dream. I had a dream that one day I would get a chance, an opportunity to show my perspective coming from a musical standpoint.” Revolt TV is expected to go live at the end of 2012.