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Finding Good Furry Podcasts

Shaloxeroligon

Sound Sculptor
I'm looking for new things to listen to in the car, and I think an interesting/entertaining furry podcast would work fine. Do you guys know of any that are worth investigating?

For reference, I am a fan of FurMedia (which is not a podcast, but is pretty close), and I've tried listening to Fur What It's Worth, but found it annoying.
 

jtrekkie

Feathered
I didn't know there was such a thing. I'll look into it.
 

Harbinger

The Last of Us.
I know that the artist SilverDeni had one on DA i think, never listened to it though.
TBH i didnt think there was enough furry news and discussion to warrant a podcast series.
 

PastryOfApathy

Well-Known Member
A furry podcast is about things in the furry fandom. In the same way that a car podcast is about cars.

Like what exactly does that entail? I mean with cars you have a huge, constantly moving industry with loads of new shit to talk about everyday. But with furfaggotry you have like what?
 

Troj

Your Friendly Neighborhood Dino Therapist
I listen occasionally to the Dragget Show, FurMedia, and Fur What It's Worth.
 

Calemeyr

Vere Adeptus
Like what exactly does that entail? I mean with cars you have a huge, constantly moving industry with loads of new shit to talk about everyday. But with furfaggotry you have like what?
The problem is there really isn't much to the furry fandom besides art, cons, and porn. Maybe we should just call this whole community a "subinterest" in a larger fandom.

Or we could do what we always do and claim anything remotely anthopomorphic is "furry" in order to justify the existence of this fandom beyond a simple interest in a style of art or a sexual fetish. And then we can have all the podcasts we could ever want.

Really, the only podcast stuff I would be interested in would be fursuit making tips/art tips, but that pretty much requires a video to go along with the dialogue, so yeah, podcasts and this fandom really don't work.
 

Pantheros

you are me, and i am you
Like what exactly does that entail? I mean with cars you have a huge, constantly moving industry with loads of new shit to talk about everyday. But with furfaggotry you have like what?
conventions, meet ups, new amazing suits poping up, that bitter lake sequel/spinoff + other furry short films/movies, discussing the art, poetry and music some people submit. there is actaully a fair amount of stuf happening every day/week/month

hell, even opening sofurry and reading some of the post would make for an uncanny podcast discussion XP

also, i've heard a few furry podcasts myself. they're not bad actually. The first one i've ever listened to included a first-time impressions of BD. so yeah it was pretty hilarious X3....
 

PastryOfApathy

Well-Known Member
conventions, meet ups, new amazing suits poping up, that bitter lake sequel/spinoff + other furry short films/movies, discussing the art, poetry and music some people submit. there is actaully a fair amount of stuf happening every day/week/month

hell, even opening sofurry and reading some of the post would make for an uncanny podcast discussion XP

also, i've heard a few furry podcasts myself. they're not bad actually. The first one i've ever listened to included a first-time impressions of BD. so yeah it was pretty hilarious X3....

That's not really enough to sustain a legitimately interesting podcast unless it just kinda devolves in a personality driven "fuck-a-bout".
 

Bonobosoph

4 hands good 2 hands bad ;)
I just checked out "fur what it's worth". Listening to the first episode, all the hosts are cringingly nerdy. I'm a bit of a dork, but not THAT dorky, it's almost gross.
 

Troj

Your Friendly Neighborhood Dino Therapist
I just checked out "fur what it's worth". Listening to the first episode, all the hosts are cringingly nerdy. I'm a bit of a dork, but not THAT dorky, it's almost gross.

They cover interesting topics now and then, but I usually skip the first 30-40 minutes because it's mostly chatting and goofing around, and I'm an impatient aardvark.

FurMedia tends to get to their topic sooner, so I usually only have to skip the first 5-15 minutes. They've done some great interviews with people like Telephone and Pandez.

Most of the furry Youtube and podcast series I've come across have been "dorky" to some degree or another. I think it comes with the territory!
 
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