In 2023, American podcaster, political pundit, YouTuber, and journalist Tim Pool has a $5 million net worth. Tim Pool, a notable journalist, inspires many people. His YouTube channels have millions of users and watchers. His unique content on his platforms attracts more attention. He became famous for live-streaming the 2011 Occupied Wall Street demonstration.
- Full Name – Timothy Daniel Pool
- Date of birth – March 9, 1986
- Birth Place – Chicago, Illinois, United States
- Age – 37
- Nationality – American
- Height – 5 ft 10 in
- Profession – YouTuber, Podcaster
- Religion – Unknown
Tim Pool is reported to be having net worth of $5 million. His expected 2023 income is $5,000. Endorsements, website articles, and YouTube product placement are his main sources of income. For every thousand YouTube views, he makes $3–$7. A journalist by day, he’s also a YouTuber, political analyst, and podcast host. His expected earnings from Tim cast are $311,800, $943,000 IRL, and $45,000 Cast Castle. Based on 100 videos on his channel, Tim cast IRL is expected to earn $65,824.86 in non-advertising revenue for YouTube between October 2020 and November 2021. He has swiftly become one of the nation’s brightest young journalists and content creators.
Tim Pool was born in Chicago, Illinois, on March 9, 1986. Middle-class parents raised him. His father was a Fire-fighter and mother was a car sales person. He finished fifth grade in a Catholic school. At 14, he quit school to become an artist. He loves playing guitar and filming skateboarding films in Newport News, Virginia with his brother before the Occupy Movement. In 2016, he covered Milwaukee riots. He visited Sweden in 2017 to explore refugee issues and “no-go zones”. Watson donated $2,000 for his trip. In 2019, Joe Regan invited him on his podcast The Joe Rogan Experience. In the same year, Trump invited him to a White House function. He co-founded Subverse, a journalism startup and raised $1 million in 22 hours through regulated crowd funding.
Married Status and Children
According to source he is single.
Achievement and Career
On September 20, 2011, Tim Pool joined Occupy Wall Street and met Henry Ferry, a former realtor and sales manager. After that, they founded ‘The Other 99’ Media Company. He live-streamed the protests on his phone and answered viewers’ questions via live chat. He covered Occupy Wall Street’s Zuccotti Park eviction for 21 hours in mid-November. The Guardian asked if live streaming videos and aerial drones could be unproductive spying.
His footage broadcast on NBC and others. His “helped demonstrate to activists that live streaming had potential as an alternative to depending on cable news coverage” earned him a Time 100 personality nomination, according to Washington Post. He then joined Vice Media to produce, host, and innovate reporting. He live streamed the 2013-14 Ukrainian protests that toppled Yanukovych. He reported on Ferguson and Thai, Turkish, and Egyptian protests. He won the 2013 Shortly Award for Best Social Media Journalist. FusionTV appointed him Director of Media Innovation and Senior Correspondent in 2014. In 2014, he helped build an app that watermarks images, Taggy.ly.
Tim Pool, a moderate liberal and left-wing libertarian, supports centrism. He says he’s left of Dave Rubin, not Bernie Sanders, but supported him for president in 2016. Tim Pool wanted to endorse Bernie Sanders again in 2020, but as Sanders supported identity politics, he supported Tulsi Gabbard and later Andrew Yang. Tim Pool voted for Donald Trump over Joe Biden for president in 2020, believing Biden had dementia. Pool also condemned Covid-19 lockdowns. When Ben Shapiro interviewed Tim Pool, he stated he is on the culturally right.