Sean Combs created RevoltTV to be MTV for the next generation, getting back to the heart of what music discovery should be about. Huge designed the television channel’s website, Revolt.tv, with the goal of creating an immersive experience for music sharing and discovery. Instead of programming, social media and user interaction are the primary focus, as the site and the broadcast channel are integrated. Content presented on air is displayed through the site and conversely, content submitted by users through the site can be pulled onto the air on the broadcast channel. Users are presented with a continuous feed of both curated and user-submitted content never stops. It was designed to serve as both a 'lean in' experience where users can dig deep into the content, but also a 'lean back' experience where users can leave their feed open on their device or computer and watch a stream of content. Nothing like this has been done before for music sharing and discovery using the integration of a website and broadcast channel. Since Revolt.tv launched in November, there have been 297,179 unique visits to the site (394,573 total visits). There have been 632,427 page views with a bounce rate of 64.52%. 75.3% of all visits have been new visits, and we continue to see growth.