Watch us! BMC TV goes live

Posted by Alex Messenger on 24/10/2013
BMC TV: now live.

BMC TV, our new online video platform, has just gone live.

Here at the BMC, we’re always looking for new ways to get our messages out and keep you entertained.

From breaking news on the website, inspirational features in Summit, gossip on Twitter and pictures of furry rodents climbing cracks on Facebook, we had almost all the bases covered.

Except video. Or films, or web clips, or whatever the cool thing to call them is these days. So we sat down and invented BMC TV: a brand new online video channel, that will be a mix of excitement, inspiration, technical advice and those strange films with Niall Grimes and stuffed owls.

As you’d expect, it’s fully optimised for phones and tablets and perfect for sharing on Facebook.

We’re filming all the BMC events – such as local festivals and competitions – and also commissioning a whole range of short films on climbing and walking issues.

It also features the official channels of the Kendal Mountain Festival and the British Mountain Guides.

Watch now at tv.thebmc.co.uk

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