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Powered by Supercast, Breaking Points lands 10,000 paying subscribers in its first 2 days

Learn how this YouTube show and podcast partnered with Supercast to build a paying audience of 10,000 subscribers within 2 days.

For 3 years, Saagar Enjeti and Krystal Ball hosted a popular YouTube show called Rising, owned by The Hill, a D.C.-based newspaper. But they wanted more control over editorial direction and the relationship with their audience. So, they left to start their own YouTube show and podcast called Breaking Points, and partnered with Supercast to make it happen.

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Supercast helped this top-ranked health podcast build a sustainable business from listener support

Explore how Supercast helped this top-ranked health podcast build a sustainable business from listener support.

As a doctor and health science podcaster, Peter Attia felt ads might compromise his audience’s trust. His goal was to be fully listener-funded. Today, a subscription model powered by Supercast supports Peter and a full-time production crew for The Drive.

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Subscriptions for this journalist network grew 3x faster on Supercast

Canadaland had built a revenue stream using Patreon, but struggled with the lack of features. Learn how their switch to Supercast 3x their growth.

Canadaland, a top Canadian podcast network, had built an audience-supported revenue stream using Patreon, but struggled with the platform’s lack of dedicated features for podcasters.

Then they switched to Supercast.


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This health sciences podcaster doubled her monthly revenue within a week of moving to Supercast

This health sciences podcaster doubled her monthly revenue by moving to Supercast. Learn how she is earning more while helping people improve their health.

For years, Dr. Rhonda Patrick had been creating videos, articles, and a podcast to help people live better, healthier lives. When she asked if they’d pay to support her work, the answer was a resounding yes.  

Rhonda first used Patreon for her subscription program but ran into content and payment issues. It wasn’t a premium experience for her fans. 

Then she relaunched on Supercast.




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