With the growing desire for news relevant to black culture, attorney and television personality, Eboni K. Williams announced her latest gig as the host and executive producer of “Revolt Black News.”
Williams unveiled the news that she will be the permanent host of the Revolt TV news show twice weekly on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9 p.m. EST/6 p.m. PST. Williams also serves as the co-host to the network’s popular show “State of the Culture” along with rappers Joe Budden and Remy Ma.
“With everything going on in the news cycle right now, we need a space where black culture and critical analysis combine to advance the conversation,” said Williams in a press statement. “This increased role at REVOLT will allow me to serve my community in a meaningful way at a historic time.”
Sean “Diddy” Combs, the founder of the Revolt TV network, announced the new show back in April, revealing that it would focus on reporting and issues impacting black people in addition to providing solutions.
“My legal experience, newsroom experience, and understanding of the issues uniquely position me for this role,” she continued. “I’m excited to help REVOLT elevate the dialogue and keep our audience educated and informed.”
Prior to joining Revolt, Williams worked as a political contributor on FOX News Channel (FNC) and HLN. She also co-hosted The Fox Specialists, a nationally syndicated prime-time show on the FNC, in 2017.
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🚨🚨 New Show Alert!!🚨🚨 I’m beyond excited to share a new phase of my work on behalf of our people✊🏾 Eboni K. Williams, has signed on to serve as Host and Executive Producer of ‘REVOLT BLACK NEWS’. In a media alert on Tuesday, REVOLT announced Williams will permanently host ‘REVOLT BLACK NEWS’ twice weekly on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9 p.m. EST/6 p.m. PST starting on June 9, 2020. Williams is also a co-host on REVOLT’s ‘State of the Culture’. “With everything going on in the news cycle right now, we need a space where Black culture and critical analysis combine to advance the conversation. This increased role at REVOLT will allow me to serve my community in a meaningful way at a historic time,” said Eboni K. Williams. Williams is also a regular guest expert on the nationally syndicated radio show ‘The Breakfast Club’, which simulcasts on REVOLT, and she was previously named by ESSENCE Magazine as one of its ‘Woke 100’. Williams’ undergraduate degree is in African-American studies from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. “My legal experience, newsroom experience, and understanding of the issues uniquely positions me for this role. I’m excited to help REVOLT elevate the dialogue and keep our audience educated and informed,” said Williams. LETS GOOOOO!!!!🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 @revolttv @diddy @stateofthecultureshow