This week, Rice critiqued Elon Musk’s “Tesla” and an outdoor advertiser called “Front Seat”.
Rice gave Tesla a “hero” rating.
Tesla loses breath-taking amounts of money every nanosecond.
Its cars are too expensive for all but the 0.1%.
Yet, everyone and their aunties love the brand, built with news headlines, as opposed to advertising.
Elon Musk knows how to manipulate the media, said Rice.
“Front Seat” gets a “zero”.
For more detail; listen to the interview in the audio below.
Enter your email address in the form below to receive a newsletter containing the most-read articles of the week from Bruce Whitfield’s The Money Show every Friday morning in your inbox.
Recommendedby NEWSROOM AI
Ad guru Andy Rice knocks Misohawni, but praises outdoor living retailer REI for closing all 151 of its stores on Black Friday.
Bruce Whitfield asks branding and advertising expert Andy Rice to share with him the week’s advertising “heroes” and “zeroes”.
However, he loves “Patel and Singh – you’ve tried the cowboys, now try the Indians”. Bruce Whitfield interviews Rice.
Ad guru Jonathan Cherry loves SpaceX’s new advertisement for a service that only exists in the head of Elon Musk.
Santam’s ad, however, fails bigtime. Bruce Whitfield interviews ad expert Andy Rice.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews branding and advertising expert Andy Rice.
Khabazela shares the Facebook , Twitter, and YouTube videos that have social media in a frenzy on What's gone Viral.
Richard Nwamba will host a new African music show between 16h00 and 18h00 every Saturday.
Pan Africanist Congress's Narius Moloto explains why it supports the name Azania, a word which he says has Arabic origins.
A trending Twitter debate has left social media users arguing over whether Winnie the Pooh is a girl or boy.
Marli van Breda's ex took the stand in the trial of triple murder accused Henri van Breda.
WIN R2000! But only if you can prove you're a whiz of the MTN Biz Quiz by answering the following three questions...
Is social trend Blesserfinder, where girls are allegedly matching up with rich 'benefactors' in exchange for sex, a real thing?