Natural History in Present Tense – Mammalz IRL Live Streaming Platform Seeks Content Creator Partners Ready to Share Nature in Real Time by Pam Voth
14 October 2020
Application process will open soon - Sign up now to be notified
Alexander Finden, Mammalz COO
The opportunity to make a living being a Mammalz IRL (in real life) live streamer is just around the corner. The application process to join the Creator Partnership Program will open in late October. Anyone interested in being notified when applications are open can follow this link.
What on earth will you live stream?
Mammalz is the first interactive IRL (in real life) live streaming platform dedicated to nature storytelling, presenter-led shows, and IRL experiences that gives partnered content creators the opportunity to make a living doing what they love. With a community intentionally designed for active participation and engagement, each content experience is a social event between you, the creator, and their other fans. Every visit to the Mammalz web platform or iOS app offers the opportunity to encounter nature in a totally new way through live streamers who may be filmmakers, naturalists, adventurers, guides, scientists, birdwatchers, travelers, NGOs, educators, or any of the millions of people worldwide who love nature.
Fans will be able to support their favorite partnered creators and organizations by giving them “Seeds,” the first monetization tool on Mammalz.
Experience nature with other people – LIVE
Using innovative live streaming technology and a niche community approach, the Mammalz platform has become the go-to choice of nature lovers from around the world to enjoy a dose of live nature content any time of the day. Mammalz brings a new possibility to encounter nature like you’ve never seen before and meet a community of people who love sharing their own unique perspectives on the natural world.
“More than ever, we need a safe place where we can be inspired by nature, a trusted place to communicate and interact with one another while sharing truthful, scientifically accurate information,” says Rob Whitehair, Mammalz Co-founder and CEO. “We need to hear from multiple, diverse perspectives around the globe to widen the understanding of what nature means to the global community. This will help us gain not only more knowledge and understanding of life on Earth, but more compassion and empathy for our fellow humans. Welcome to Mammalz.”
Live storytelling is where it all begins
Live streaming is an incredibly diverse format for storytelling that continues to evolve each year. Not only are there countless creative styles for live streams, there are also hundreds of potential hardware and software solutions for live streaming. Knowing this, Mammalz has created a “Live Streaming Best Practices” blog post to help content creators get started on the path to success.
Founded by biologists-turned-wildlife filmmakers, Rob Whitehair, CEO, and Alexander Finden, COO, Mammalz is the “Twitch for Nature.” It is the first interactive IRL live streaming platform dedicated to nature storytelling, presenter-led shows, and IRL experiences that gives content creators the opportunity to make a living doing what they love. With a community intentionally designed for active participation and engagement, each content experience is a social event between you, the creator, and their other fans. Every visit to the Mammalz iOS app or web platform offers the opportunity to encounter nature in a totally new way through live streamers who may be naturalists, adventurers, guides, scientists, birdwatchers, travelers, NGOs, educators, or any of the millions of people worldwide who love nature.
Mammalz, PBC is a Public Benefit Corporation founded in May 2018 and headquartered in San Diego, CA.
The Mammalz mission is to promote a greater global public understanding of nature and the environment while acting as a bridge between science, media makers, and the public.
Since the late 1990s Wildlife-film.com has been the leading source of information for the wildlife filmmaking industry worldwide. For over twenty years the site has been Google's number one ranking site for 'wildlife film' and related searches. Our site is viewed in over 195 countries. Our newsletter, Wildlife Film News, is read every month by thousands of people involved in wildlife filmmaking - from broadcasters and producers, to cameramen - we encourage readers to submit their news. We also serve as an online resource for industry professionals and services. Find producers, editors, presenters and more in our Freelancer section, and find out about festivals, training and conservation in Organisations. We encourage amateur and professional freelancers to join our network and welcome all wildlife-film related organisations to join our team.
Disclaimer: Wildlife-film.com publishes information and opinions as a service to its members and visitors/readers.
The producer does not recommend or endorse any particular method, institution, product, treatment, or theory.
Opinions expressed on Wildlife-film.com are not necessarily those of the producer.