If the best type of ship is friendship, the second best ship is partnership. Boundless partners with passionate story tellers -- be that a photographer, a non-profit, a university or an entire newsroom -- who want to use solutions journalism to tell most-needed stories. And we are here to help in a variety of ways, from producing a 360-video with you to helping develop 360-video research strategies to social media collaborations and everywhere in-between.
Read what some of our partners have had to say about working with us and drop us a line to see what we can do together.
Weather Channel 360 Video
The most trusted voice in weather and climate change embarked on an ambitious goal in early 2106 - to have the first weather feature stories in 360-degree video. Working with their editorial team in New York City and traveling to some truly amazing locations, we produced stories in Iceland on climate change, Ft. McMurray, Canada on the devastating wild fires and in Texas showing the destructive flooding - accounting for millions of views and impressions across their websites and social platforms.
Philip Merrill College of Journalism - UMD
As new technologies emerge to gather content journalism schools are faced with the difficult task of learning, studying and then quickly building curriculum to teach. Working with the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland, Boundless taught a three-day workshop for faculty and students to get one of the top journalism programs in the country ready to cover the DNC and RNC in 360 video and build 360 video and immersive storytelling into their classes.
The Washington Post - Travel 360 features
Many 360 degree videos bring audiences to amazing places, but most are struggling to tell a narrative story and the Washington Post has an incredibly high standard for storytelling. Working with their editors, digital team and web producers, Boundless produced a series of experiences for the Washington Post Travel section bringing audiences to some of the most amazing parts of the United States. From horseback riding in the Palo Duro Canyon to digging up dinosaur bones in Wyoming, using immersive storytelling allowed the Post to share some amazing experiences with their readers.