Subscriber proceeds will also fund important scientific research selected by Dr. Huberman
VICTORIA, BC / Oct 3, 2022 — Huberman Lab, a podcast consistently ranked #1 in the categories of Science, Education and Health & Fitness, has partnered with podcast subscription platform Supercast to launch Huberman Lab Premium.
On Huberman Lab, Dr. Andrew Huberman discusses science and science-based tools for everyday life, exploring how our brain and other organs of the body control our perceptions, emotions, behaviors, and health. Huberman Lab also includes a wide range of science-supported tools people can use to improve their mental health, physical health and performance. The podcast is enjoyed by millions of listeners on podcast apps and on YouTube every week.
Through the new partnership with Supercast, Huberman Lab Premium subscribers will be able to receive even greater access to science-supported tools for enhancing mental health, physical health and performance, for just $10/month, including:
- Ask Me Anything (AMA) episodes, released monthly, where Dr. Huberman answers questions asked and upvoted by premium subscribers
- 1-2 Quantal clips, released monthly, illustrating a practical technique or topic of interest (e.g., How to Quickly Enhance Learning Capabilities)
- Full episode & AMA transcripts
A significant portion of the proceeds from Huberman Lab Premium on Supercast will fund ground-breaking scientific research done on humans (not animal models). This funding will be generously amplified with a dollar-for-dollar match from the Tiny Foundation. A year-end recap will provide all subscribers with insight on money raised and research funded.
Through Supercast, subscribers will be able to listen to Huberman Lab Premium in the podcast player of their choice, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts, with a simple two-tap signup.
“Our mission has always been to provide zero-cost information about science and science-related tools– all of which we will of course continue to do every Monday with our regular podcast episodes,” said Dr. Andrew Huberman, host of Huberman Lab.
“With that said, an extraordinary number of people have reached out to us to ask how they can support our mission of teaching science and science related tools and, in particular, how they can support the scientific research we talk about on Huberman Lab and that forms the foundation of the tools. Other people have asked how they can go deeper into their learning about the topics and tools we cover, including wanting to ask me questions and get additional insights specific to their goals. I’m excited to be able to engage more deeply with our supporters and fund important scientific research through this partnership with Supercast and Tiny Foundation.”
“Whether it’s building physical fitness, improving cognitive ability and focus, or enhancing quality of sleep, Dr. Andrew Huberman has quickly become a global force for putting the latest scientific advances and effective tools into the hands of millions of people,” said Jason Sew Hoy, Supercast CEO. “We’re thrilled to be a monetization partner to Huberman Lab and we’re excited to bring the transformative power of direct listener support to one of the biggest and most impactful podcasts in the world.”
Supercast is the preferred podcast subscription platform for the most well-monetized podcasts in the world, powering millions in revenue for independent podcasters and content networks. The platform works seamlessly with any podcast player or video platform, delivering exclusive content to paid subscribers wherever they want it with a simple two-tap subscription process. Supercast’s top 10 podcasters gross more than $13 million per year from podcast subscriptions alone. For more information, visit https://www.supercast.com.
About Huberman Lab
In 2021, Dr. Andrew Huberman launched Huberman Lab. The podcast is frequently ranked in the Top 15 of all podcasts globally and is consistently ranked #1 in the categories of Science, Education and Health & Fitness.
Andrew Huberman, Ph.D., is a neuroscientist and tenured Professor in the Departments of Neurobiology, Ophthalmology, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Stanford School of Medicine. He has made numerous significant contributions to the fields of brain development, brain function and neural plasticity, which is the ability of our nervous system to rewire and learn new behaviors, skills and cognitive functioning.
About Tiny Foundation
The Tiny Foundation works to facilitate change by providing funding to individuals and groups pushing the world forward in a positive way. Each year, we provide a group of experts in their fields significant financial grants. They are free to direct our funds to the cause they deem most important.
Jason Sew Hoy
Co-founder & CEO