Don’t miss the Tesla Daily podcast by Rob Maurer

Rob Maurer started Tesla Daily podcast last year in August and has been consistently growing his audience by providing daily podcasts on Tesla news.

Rob’s podcast covers the latest Tesla news in a concise manner and is a great resource to keep updated when on the go.  He also provides insightful and valuable interviews from people in the industry to help understand and follow Tesla.

Rob describers his podcast as “covering all things Tesla, Inc., published every weekday”:

News on Tesla Motors, Tesla Energy, Tesla Solar, and Tesla Network is discussed in a concise and consistent manner, making it easy to stay up-to-date on the latest from Tesla. Dedicated to keeping investors and customers well-informed, Tesla Daily host Rob Maurer provides analysis and opinions on Tesla as a company, TSLA stock, and the future of the many industries Tesla competes in. Additionally, Tesla Daily covers major news from Elon Musk’s SpaceX, Neuralink, The Boring Company, Hyperloop, and OpenAI.

Here are the direct links for the Tesla Daily podcast:
iTunes link
GooglePlay link

Also, back in September 2017, Rob interviewed me for his show.  You can check out the Sept 25th episode here.

If you end up listening to Tesla Daily podcast regularly, consider supporting Rob’s work at his Patreon page.

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