As Revolt is heading into its third anniversary, the music-themed digital cable network owned by Sean Combs and backed by Comcast will be looking for a new CEO. Keith T. Clinkscales, who has held the post since the channel’s inception, is leaving. COO Derek Ferguson will take oversight of the company during the search for Clinkscales’ replacement. Here is the internal memo Clinkscales just sent to the company’s staff: As we approach our third anniversary in October, I must take a moment of reflection to truly enjoy what has happened here at REVOLT. It is with some trepidation, that I announce to you all that I will be leaving REVOLT. I have had the distinct pleasure in participating in a successful launch with one of the most prolific entrepreneurs in American history, our chairman Sean Combs. Most importantly, I want to sincerely thank him and the entire board for the opportunity to lead and to help get us to where we are today. REVOLT has provided me with many wonderful memories, scintillating challenges, and a great deal of fun. Most of all, being here at REVOLT provided me with a history-making opportunity. I am grateful for the opportunity to work with the senior executives… Read full this story
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