Mother Jones Signs With APA (Exclusive)

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The award-winning magazine is the longest-established nonprofit investigative news organization in the United States.

Mother Jones has signed with APA for film and television, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned.

Launched in 1976, the longest-established nonprofit investigative news organization in the United States was named 2017 Magazine of the Year at the National Magazine Awards, the highest honor in magazine journalism. That year it also received an Online News Association award for online feature reporting and a News and Documentary Emmy nomination. It has received General Excellence honors from the American Society of Magazine Editors three times.

Over the past decade, Mother Jones has expanded to a staff of 63 reporters and editors across newsrooms in San Francisco, Washington, D.C., New York and Los Angeles, reaching a monthly combined audience of more than 8 million people across its digital and social platforms, videos, podcasts, email newsletters and print magazine.

"We are excited to partner with APA at a time of growing interest in Mother Jones' in-depth and investigative reporting," CEO Monika Bauerlein said in a statement. "Their strategic and bespoke approach, as well as their deep understanding of our mission, make them an ideal partner as the scope of our work expands to film and television."