Friday, May 18, 2007

A tamil Podcast from Suresh, on Tamil media: a reality check

It is interesting and encouraging to see Indian bloggers adopt internet resources to publish their views more freely using audio/visual media. Podbazaar.com is one such resource available specially for Indian podcasters and audiobloggers. Through podbazaar you can do podcast or audioblog for free. You can also listen to podcasts of your choice from Indian podcasters spread in various parts of India and rest of the world, on various topics. Interested in trying?! goahead!

Here I will introduce Suresh Kumar, an Indian blogger who blogs in http://englishtamil.blogspot.com also podcasts via podbazaar under two topics: random ramblings and mahabaratham pesukirathu

Recently I was impressed on hearing his latest podcast episode titled as Tamil media: a reality check presented under random ramblings. I am embedding it here for listening. This podcast is in tamil language.

14 comments:

Sowmya said...

samuthaya sinthanai patri pesubavar, avar samuthayathukkaga sonna mahabharatham pathi ketta mooch kooda vida mattembar thiru ! :)

Anonymous said...

Hi I live in London. Suresh shares the same views like me. I totally agree with his podcast.

Anonymous said...

நல்ல முயற்சி! ரசிக்கும்படி இருந்தது

LinuxAddict said...

You are fake!! You deliberately used few tamil words to show affection on tamil, but you used frequently used many english words like "anyway". so whts ur point?

sksk said...

Hi Suresh,
Good points, I like some of ur points. Keep casting.

80 % worth of my time listening this. :)

Anonymous said...

dei linux venna, what the hell did you listen to? he says he will try to speak with as much Tamil as possible not because he is tamil veriyan, simply because any language should be spoken properly. he also says that we should all try that even if it sounds forced at the beginning.

LinuxAddict said...

Dey Thevidiyakku Porandtha Anon Punda. Login panni Pera Poduda echakala naye. Pera podatha pannada punda nayi, nee comments viduriuya. Unna nerala pathen, magane un kotta rendayum eduthu vayila pottuden.

Anonymous said...

Good work Suresh.. keep casting

Naai sekar said...

Highly inspiring! You reflected most of the thoughts in the minds of people like me. Definitely I will make some attempts to come out with such initiatives.

Anonymous said...

Hi ....open comment some time ppl will not accept...intially may be agree.if U keep continue definetely they opp person will react. one more important thing..we have to give more respect the person not stand infront of U ...when U are alone we should not take granted by our mind for comment any one. this is route cause of our talking.

want to be great person adopt... following principles.

Don't comment , comand or demand

தேன்இனியன் said...

அட அட அட என்ன அற்புதமான வார்த்தைகள்..

Anonymous said...

Hi that was a good effort. It was refreshing to listen honest analysis of the current state of Tamil media. Please continue.

Thileepan said...

After I listened your "Positive Comment" at the end of the podcast, I knew what LANGUAGE is spoken in Tamil Nadu. You says that in media people have to speak what they speak in real live. I assume what you spoke in pod cast is the way that Tamil people speak. It is terribly bad. Come to Eelam. Speak to an ordinary person. They used 98% Tamil in their life. First correct yourself in terms of Tamil words. I mead you must use Tamil word as much as you can. Since in Eelam we study in Tamil. Singalese studies in Singhala. Only few hunded study in english medium. We never had problem in understanding any accent/slang in Tamil. When I spoke to Tamil Nadu so called Tamilian, they do not understand what I say. Its a problem only in India. Do something.

Thileepan said...

listen here to know how to speak in Tamil. People are ready listen in Tamil. But people like you are not giving up English: www.podbazaar.com/view/144115188075857494