Famous for its successful Pineapple Dance Studios series, Pulse collaborated with Vice in 2012 on a music documentary featuring LCD Soundsystem.
The indie is now focusing on scripted television, with future projects earmarked for a number of UK and US broadcasters.
Pulse has grown its TV division considerably, employing new managing and creative directors in recent months. It has also expanded its corporate operations, providing video content for brands such as Audi, Nike, Red Bull and Chanel under its new label East Entertainment.
“Pulse are one of the few companies in the world that consistently produces content we admire,” said Vice’s co-president, Andrew Creighton.
“[They have] built an incredible team and company based around making stories that have a point of view and style that actually move audiences.”
The news comes after Vice announced its partnership with Sky earlier this month, the pair will be launching the linear TV channel Viceland in September.