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:''Examples:'' <tt>??.10.2006</tt> for some time in October 2006, <tt>??.??.1954</tt> for some time in 1954.
Be careful with shows that have 24:00 and later air hours - this means that show will air on the night after the specified date.
:''Example:'' Japanese TV schedule says: <tt>01.03.2005 25:30</tt> - this means it aired: 02.03.2005 01:30.
{{eyecatch|Note|Adding an anime without a start date will not be accepted.}}
====Japanese TV Schedule Timestamps====
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====1st Airings at Special Events====
Where the 1st air date is a special airing, i.e. a pre-screening, we generally use this as the air date, given that this is the 1st worldwide release. However, if the special airing is '''extremely limited''' (for example, a one-off airing on a Japan airlines flight), this would generally not be used as a 1st air date. '''Discretion should be used on a case-by-case basis!''' See Adv. User subforum discussion for details [ here.]


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