If you’re looking to watch some exciting new action sports films, it’s time to head over to Airtime Streaming.

Launched last year, Airtime Streaming has an eclectic mix of ski movies suited for everyone’s taste. What differentiates this streaming service is that it gives fair compensation for athletes and filmmakers.

“We set out to change that by creating a dedicated platform for these films to live that subsequently directs dollars back to the athletes and creators who deserve greater opportunities for compensation in this competitive space,” said Elizabeth Cameron, who’s the Founder of Airtime Streaming.

Recently, three must-watch films have been released on the streaming service.

The first new release is Room and Board: A Tahoe Housing Crisis Documentary. This film dives into the housing crisis that has been created around Tahoe in recent years due to short-term rentals, remote workers, and other factors.

Elizabeth Cameron, who’s the director of the film, described why she decided to create the documentary:

So many mountain towns are grappling with housing shortages, and I hope that those that are struggling can feel seen by the film and that people continue to work to implement much needed solutions.”

The second recent release is Next Steps. This documentary covers the return of splitboarder Claire Hewitt-Demeyer from a torn ACL and double meniscus surgery.

The latest release on the platform is Beyond Begbie, which covers the story of Revelstoke’s Mount Begbie.

Here’s an official film description for the film from Nat Segal, who’s the producer of the flick:

“Standing tall over the Revelstoke valley, Mount Begbie has inspired an entire community. It is iconicized in the logos and names of local businesses, featured heavily in artists’ works, and is photographed by every visiting tourist. Most importantly of all, it is explored by the outdoor enthusiast – no matter the season. Climbing Mt Begbie is a “right of passage” for every hiker, climber, sledder, and skier who chooses to make Revelstoke their home. While this peak has created an entire contemporary culture in Revelstoke, its name and story only represent colonial history, with no reference to the Indigenous heritage of this land. Is it the outdoor community’s responsibility to help change this?”

Ultimately, I think it’s a great thing to have a streaming service like this in the outdoor sports industry. These filmmakers and athletes churn out great content for us to get stoked on, and it’s up to us to support them to keep producing new films.

Click here to check out Airtime Streaming for yourself.

Image/Video Credits: Elizabeth Cameron, First Tracks Productions/Claire Hewitt-Demeyer, Nat Segal

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