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Snowboard movies serve as the lifeblood of snowboarding culture, representing a fundamental pillar of its passionate fan base. Recently, a new company has emerged with the mission to promote an independent movie streaming service catering to this dedicated audience.

According to their mission statement, "Airtime is the streaming service for accessing compelling independent ski and snowboard content. The goal of Airtime Streaming is to create a single platform to access independent outdoor films, which are the heart and soul of our industry. Airtime aims to provide financial compensation and a platform for film crews and athletes who are creating action sports content.

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Skiing and Snowboarding as industries thrive off of the immense amount of largely unpaid beautiful content created, and Airtime wants to change that by creating a dedicated platform for these films that subsequently directs dollars back to the athletes and creators who deserve greater opportunities for compensation."

While the concept is undeniably intriguing, the platform's operational details, pricing structure, and its ability to deliver captivating content beyond amateur productions remain shrouded in uncertainty.

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