Mint, the business daily from HT Media, has launched podcasts at its website LiveMint. Titled LiveMint Radio, it features interviews with entrepreneurs and investors from the Silicon Valley, and is hosted by Kamla Bhatt of the KamlaShow. The first interview to go live is with Yogen Dalal, Managing Director of Mayfield Fund, and this will be followed up with interviews with Reid Hoffman, founder of LinkedIn and Mitchell Baker, Chairman of the Mozilla Corporation. Remember that Kamla Bhatt earlier used to do podcasts for Podtech, though the KamlaShow has been live for much longer. Another show worth noting is the Expat Podcast, which provides an expatriates view of life in India, with inputs on how to "get your phone working, get a gas connection". At present it features some expat Mint journalists, but they intend to follow it up with views from other expatriates. Playthings, a Mint blog, also has its own show called Playcast, with inputs on websites, gadgets, games, game culture etc. The first Playcast features, interestingly, local search startup AskLaila. No downloads, no permalinks? While I liked the fact that some of the shows - particularly those with Kamla Bhatt, have transcripts available (this helps in SEO, and more importantly, the readers who'd rather skim through the interview) - there isn't an option for downloading the interviews. In a bandwidth constrained country like ours, audio streaming might be an issue, although I must confess that I didn't face any such issues. Nevertheless, an integration with iTunes for…
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