Tesla announced today that its Q1 2023 Earnings Call would stream on Twitter.
Tesla’s Q1 Earnings Call will recap the automaker’s performance through the first three months of 2023, and will cover financials, vehicle deliveries and production figures, and will include a Q&A session as executives will field questions from both institutional and retail investors.
However, in the past, Tesla has routinely streamed its Earnings Calls on its Investor Relations website, as well as YouTube. But as CEO Elon Musk acquired Twitter last year, the company is going to make its call available on the social media network.
Tesla Q1 earnings call streaming live on Twitter at 4:30pm CT tomorrow
— Tesla (@Tesla) April 18, 2023
It appears that the call will still be available on the Investor Relations website, but it is unknown if Tesla will stream it on YouTube as it has in the past.
Musk, who said last week in an interview with the BBC that he went through with his Twitter purchase after attempting to pull out of the deal because a court would end up making him pay for the platform anyway, has been streaming some of his interviews on Twitter Spaces, a virtual meeting place for users.
Tesla’s Earnings Call starts tomorrow at 4:30 PM CT, 5:30 PM ET.
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