Tim Daniel Pool popularly known as Tim Pool is an American Youtuber, journalist, and Political Commentator. Tim was born on March 9, 1986 (age 35) in Chicago, Illinois, U.S. In 2011, he came into the limelight for live streaming the "Occupy Wall Street" protests. Later he joined Vice media and Fusion TV in 2013 & 2014 respectively. He is now working individually as a YouTuber, he received his Gold Play button in 2020. Tim Pool has a net worth of $ 1.5. million.
|Name||Tim Daniel Pool|
|Profession||Journalist, Political Commentator & YouTuber|
|Birth Place||Chicago, Illinois, U.S|
|Date of Birth||March 9, 1986|
|Net Worth||$1.5 Million|
Tim had his own style of interactive broadcast journalism by using modern technology such as live streaming aerial drones, mobile devices, and even Google Glass. In 2011, Tim was featured as TIME's person of the year, and a recipient of TIME 100 in 2012. He has also received Shorty Award for the "Best Journalist in Social Media" category. Most of the time Tim used to live to stream using mobile apps to report live around the world. Tims's interactive journalism live video footages have captured the eye of many mainstream media and have been featured in Al Jazeera English, NBC, Reuters, and the New York Times. While working for Vice Media he has visited many countries like Istanbul, Cairo, and Sao Paulo to cover major events.
Tim after watching a viral video of "Occupy Wall Street" arrived in New York and started to live stream the protests with his cell phone and answered all questions of the viewers with a live chat stream. In 2012 he has also covered another protest with his 4 other mates, the "2012 Chicago summit". They were arrested and kept in an unmarked vehicle by a dozen Chicago police questioned and detained for ten minutes by the police, later they have released them at gunpoint from the vehicle.
Tim joined Vice media in 2013 where he developed different methods of reporting followed by hosting and producing. In 2013, he also reported in Istanbul with Google lens at Gesi park protests, the same year he has also received Shorty Award for the "Best Journalist in Social Media" category. The following year in 2014 he joined Fusion TV as a Media innovation and Senior Correspondent.
He traveled to Sweden in February 2017 to investigate right-wing claims of "no-go-zones" and problems with the refugees in the country. When the US president launched a crowdfunding effort to do so after U.S. President Donald Trump alluded to crimes related to immigration in Sweden, he launched a crowdfunding effort. Paul Joseph Watson writer of InfoWars often used to pay for travel costs and accommodation for any reporter "to stay in crime ridden migrant suburbs of Malmo. Paul Joseph funded Tim with $2000 for his Sweden travel. Tim in Sweden disputed that the migrant suburbs of Stockholm and Malmo were crime-ridden, whereas Chicago is more violent.
Tim Pool covered the Milwaukee riots in 2016 saying that he would stop reporting and leave that area in these events as he thought it was dangerous due to perceived escalating racial tensions. In 2014, Tim launched an app named Tagg.ly which basically watermark photos. He raised $1 million in 22 hours via regulation crowdfunding in 2019 through the news company "Subverse" which was co-founded by him. Tim Pool along with his Co-host also hosted a podcast called Tim cast in 2019. In 2020 a tweet of Tim pool was liked by Donald Trump, in which Donald Trump's son Donald Trump Jr, retweeted a statement by Pool.
In 2019, the former employer of Pool has described him in two articles "lefty" and "progressive" for his antic corrupt politics. In 2020 he announced his support for Donald Trump in the 2020 U.S. presidential election,
Tim Pool was born and brought up in Chicago's Southside In a lower-middle-class Korean family. He has three siblings. He left school at the early age of 14.
YouTube - Tim is very active on all Social media platforms. He joined YouTube in 2011 and has four channels each channel has more than a million subscribers. In 2020 he received his Gold Play button of YouTube for reaching 10 million subscribers. Tim Pool has four YouTube channels, the names of each channel are, Tim Pool, Tim cast, Tim cast IRL & Cast castle.
Instagram - He is also active on Instagram, His Instagram handle is Tim Cast. He regularly posts about his interest, daily activities, etc on his Instagram account and has 935 posts with 230K followers and 188 followings as of 14 July 2021.
Twitter - Tim Pools Twitter handle is "Tim Pool" he always posts about the news. He has got 831K followers and 805 followings in his Twitter account each post getting around an average of 2K likes & 357 retweets.
Tim Pool is 35 years old
No, he is not married
Tim Pools Zodiac sign is Pisces
Tim Pool is an American.