What's Yiffin'?

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What's Yiffin'?
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What's Yiffin'? show logo.
Author(s) Kon

Roastmaster

Website
Status Monthly broadcasts
Launch date September 2015
End Date August 2017
Genre News satire

What's Yiffin'? was a monthly satirical furry-centric news program self-described as "The Daily Show for the furry fandom". It began as a one-off joke sketch on the livestreaming channel Gatorbox. In each edition of the show Kon reviewed the previous month's "top stories" in the fandom.

In February 2017, What's Yiffin'? was syndicated with Dogpatch Press and featured a short companion article to complement the content in the video and provide additional sources.[1] At the end of 2017 show writers Kon and Maestro mutually agreed to put What's Yiffin'? on hold indefinitely. The reason given was the increasingly political atmosphere of the fandom and the correlating difficulty in finding nonpartisan stories to cover.

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Reception[edit]

In 2016 What's Yiffin'? was eligible for nomination for an Ursa Major Award in the categories of Best Anthropomorphic Magazine and Best Anthropomorphic Website, however, the series failed to make it into the voting period.

References[edit]

  1. Dogpatch Press - "What’s Yiffin’? February 2017 edition"


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