August 29, 2019

Eboni K. Williams New Host on REVOLT TV's State of the Culture

REVOLT TV is proud to announce that respected attorney and TV personality Eboni K. Williams will be joining the cast of "State of the Culture" as a new co-host!

What's more exciting is that her debut on the hit show is coming sooner than you think. Williams is set to appear on its Sept. 9's episode! "I'm excited to join this dynamic team and bring my unique viewpoint on social justice, culture, and entertainment to REVOLT," she said. "I stay ready to tackle tough topics! My goal is to help advance the dialogue with the expertise I've acquired as an attorney and national TV host."

Since day one, "State of the Culture" has addressed hot-buttoned topics that pertain to hip hop and black culture, as a whole. So, Williams' arrival on the show – along with her intelligence and wit – will be the icing on the cake, as the show continues to offer no filter opinions on a wide array of points.

"We're beyond excited to have Eboni join the REVOLT family," said Head of Content and Development Robyn Lattaker-Johnson. "Her diverse and esteemed background allows for a contemporary perspective that will be a welcomed addition to the 'State of the Culture' trio who are known to hold no punches when going in on the topics at hand."

Williams isn't anyone to play with in this media game. She's a seasoned pro who knows her politics! Her broadcast resume includes hosting and national anchoring roles at news outlets such as Fox Sports, Fox News, and NBA 2K. Williams has also had correspondent and contributing roles at NFL Network, CNN, HLN, and CBS News.

"State of the Culture" host Joe Budden is more than ready to bring her on-board the show. "I'm looking forward to hearing Eboni add a new point-of-view on 'SOTC.' I am excited and eager for her to join the team and get to the shits."

"State of the Culture" airs on TV on Tuesday nights at 10:00 pm ET/7:00 pm PT and on digital on Mondays at 5:00pm ET/2:00pm PT!

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