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Diddy, Magic Johnson Introduce New Networks

NETWORKING THE ROOM: Sean "P. Diddy" Combs, director Robert Rodriguez, Magic Johnson and Constantino “Said” Schwarz were at the Newseum in Washington, D.C., last night, to announce the launch of their new independent networks, all offering original programming in conjunction with cable giant Comcast. Diddy’s Revolt is an Urban Music station, Rodriguez’ El Rey and Schwarz’s BabyFirst Americas each target various Latino age groups, while basketball legend Johnson’s Aspire is aimed at empowering the African-American community. (3/8p)

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