Steve Gottlieb is an American entrepreneur and the founder and CEO of Shindig, a virtual conference, event, and meeting platform.
Steve Gottlieb Early Life (Age, Parents, and Education)
Steve Gottlieb was born on 64 in New Rochelle, New York, United States into a Jewish family. The identities of his parents are not made public.
Steve has a degree in BA from Yale University and has attended Harvard Law School to study law.
Steve Gottlieb Career
Steve Gottlieb started his career in music as a music executive. He then renamed his record label to TVT Records label, the label soon became one of the most successful independent labels in U.S. history and was named the best independent label by both Billboard Magazine and Soundscan from 2000 to 2005. Even after gaining huge success, TVT Records went bankrupt and got closed. Steve then decided to become an entrepreneur and start his own business and founded Shindig, a platform for online video chat events.
Shindig started a video chat ebook platform in 2012 and hosted around 160 occasions for authors including Joel Stein, James Howard Kunstler, and A.J. Jacobs. The video chat platform also focused on nightclubs, music events, classroom interactions apps, and more.
Steve Gottlieb Girlfriend/Wife and Children
Steve Gottlieb was previously a married man. The identity of his ex-wife has not been revealed yet. The couple has a child together whose identity also has not been revealed. Gottlieb is single in the present day and has not remarried any other woman.
Steve Gottlieb Net Worth and Salary
As per the reports released in social media outlets, the total net worth of Steve Gottlieb is estimated at about US $ 2 million to US $ 11 million. His huge net worth is the direct result of his successful ventures as a music executive and as an entrepreneur.
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Steve Gottlieb Facts
The following are some facts related to Steve Gottlieb:
Steve founded TVT Music Publishing under TVT Records in 1990.
Gottlieb provided the free download of digital music in the early 2000s through the TVT library of his records.
Steve resulted in the digital music revolution in 2001 via his speech in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee which was about independent labels and changes in the music business.