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Posted 2/26/13

pistolsaf wrote:


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pistolsaf wrote:
The Mantan web link shows a premiere time of 9:54 a.m

Countdown has it listed as 9:54pm.



Countdown(and FansubDB) is correct and I must have missed the pm the first time when I used Google Translate. I guess I'll have to be more careful when I use Google Translate to not miss those details(this season is the first that I am using Moon Phase and using Google Translate on Japanese pages). Thanks for pointing that out.



Note that google translate does not understand late night as meaning the next morning. E,g, It thinks 2:00am late night on the 5th is 2:00am on the 5th when it is really 2:00am on the 6th.
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ANN confirms what FansubDB and Countdown have for Haiyore Nyaruko-san W premiere time and date. It premieres April 8th 1:05 a.m JST on TV Tokyo.
http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2013-02-26/2nd-nyarko-san-anime-season-promo-streamed

FansubDB also has Arata Kangatari premiering on April 9th at 2:05 a.m JST on TV Tokyo
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Shiv15Ragbir wrote: wow!!! there are some good ones!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! can't wait............. but i will have to watch them druing summer cuz in spring i have CXC exams :(
I only got time for studying now but it will pay off........... after i get my 8 distinctions anime will be my only priority.

Oh, the CXC's, that brings back memories ~ I taught CXC Maths in Grenada in the mid-80's. Good Luck!

And don't let the studying make you feel like you been hit by a Tornado (roadmix).
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Looking foward to Stein's Gate and Higurashi, but wasn't Kizumonogatari suppose to come out in the spring?
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ANN reports that a number of Anime companies will be launching a new overseas streaming site in April. The article says that it will have over 500 titles, and seems to imply that simulcasting will also be a part of it. ADK, Toei, Aniplex, Sunrise, TMS, NAS, and Dentsu are listed as the companies involved. I wonder if this is the website that Sam Pinansky mentioned on ANNCast last March, though he discussed crowdsourcing and a focus on older titles. It will be interesting to see where this website is available and how it impacts the rest of the streaming companies.
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ANN reports that a number of Anime companies will be launching a new overseas streaming site in April. The article says that it will have over 500 titles, and seems to imply that simulcasting will also be a part of it. ADK, Toei, Aniplex, Sunrise, TMS, NAS, and Dentsu are listed as the companies involved. I wonder if this is the website that Sam Pinansky mentioned on ANNCast last March, though he discussed crowdsourcing and a focus on older titles. It will be interesting to see where this website is available and how it impacts the rest of the streaming companies.
No, I'm fairly sure this is a separate thing. Sam's project is called Anime Sols. I believe this is the most recent article on it: http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2012-11-07/new-service-to-stream-tekkaman-creamy-mami-yatterman

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fuzzytipsy wrote:

ANN reports that a number of Anime companies will be launching a new overseas streaming site in April. The article says that it will have over 500 titles, and seems to imply that simulcasting will also be a part of it. ADK, Toei, Aniplex, Sunrise, TMS, NAS, and Dentsu are listed as the companies involved. I wonder if this is the website that Sam Pinansky mentioned on ANNCast last March, though he discussed crowdsourcing and a focus on older titles. It will be interesting to see where this website is available and how it impacts the rest of the streaming companies.


I am wondering if this has anything to do with that super-secret project that BK has mentioned. I hope Daisuki isn't another NicoNico that nobody in North America liked and it delayed some Crunchyroll simulcasts because NicoNico had them first. They are mentioning titles like One Piece, PMMM(which is North America only on CR) and Prince of Tennis. We also don't know what "overseas" means. I sort of wonder if someone like Anime on Demand shouldn't be more nervous than the North America streaming sites since I imagine there is a lot of room to stream to Europe and Australia for titles that are even only a few years old.

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Posted 2/27/13

pistolsaf wrote:


fuzzytipsy wrote:

ANN reports that a number of Anime companies will be launching a new overseas streaming site in April. The article says that it will have over 500 titles, and seems to imply that simulcasting will also be a part of it. ADK, Toei, Aniplex, Sunrise, TMS, NAS, and Dentsu are listed as the companies involved. I wonder if this is the website that Sam Pinansky mentioned on ANNCast last March, though he discussed crowdsourcing and a focus on older titles. It will be interesting to see where this website is available and how it impacts the rest of the streaming companies.


I am wondering if this has anything to do with that super-secret project that BK has mentioned. I hope Daisuki isn't another NicoNico that nobody in North America liked and it delayed some Crunchyroll simulcasts because NicoNico had them first. They are mentioning titles like One Piece, PMMM(which is North America only on CR) and Prince of Tennis. We also don't know what "overseas" means. I sort of wonder if someone like Anime on Demand shouldn't be more nervous than the North America streaming sites since I imagine there is a lot of room to stream to Europe and Australia for titles that are even only a few years old.



This explains their recent license clawbacks anyways...
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fuzzytipsy wrote:

ANN reports that a number of Anime companies will be launching a new overseas streaming site in April. The article says that it will have over 500 titles, and seems to imply that simulcasting will also be a part of it. ADK, Toei, Aniplex, Sunrise, TMS, NAS, and Dentsu are listed as the companies involved. I wonder if this is the website that Sam Pinansky mentioned on ANNCast last March, though he discussed crowdsourcing and a focus on older titles. It will be interesting to see where this website is available and how it impacts the rest of the streaming companies.
No, I'm fairly sure this is a separate thing. Sam's project is called Anime Sols. I believe this is the most recent article on it: http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2012-11-07/new-service-to-stream-tekkaman-creamy-mami-yatterman



Thanks! I must have missed that article at the time. I notice that Anime Sols is also supposed to launch in spring.
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We have a date for Oreimo 2 (April 6):
http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2013/02/27-1/oreimo-has-an-official-premier-date

It appears midnight will be the earliest broadcast time for any of the stations airing on that date.
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Posted 2/27/13
Newest PV for Arata: The Legend shows it's airing on TV Tokyo and starting on April 8.
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Posted 2/27/13
Gimme some to that Shingeki no Kyojin. Only one I'm interested in at the moment
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We have a date for Oreimo 2 (April 6):
http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2013/02/27-1/oreimo-has-an-official-premier-date

It appears midnight will be the earliest broadcast time for any of the stations airing on that date.


That is the same timeslot that both seasons of Fate/Zero was in, as well as Sword Art Online and currently being held by Oreshura .

I still think it's it very likely that this show will be streamed by Crunchyroll. Whether it gets a delay of a week due to Aniplex's involvement in Daisuki or not remains to be seen.

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Thank you... and u taught maths............maths......... just hoping i get a distinction cuz its my worst subject
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Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2199 is confirmed for April 7th so FansubDB was completely correct in its time and date.
http://yamato2199.net/news.html#tv_first0407

According to ANN, the Lucky Star spinoff Miyakawa-ke no Kuufuku is a Spring anime that is a web anime so I doubt that Crunchyroll is getting it.
http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/interest/2013-03-01/lucky-star-spinoff-miyakawa-ke-no-kufuku-staff-singers-partly-revealed

EDIT: Huge day of updates from Moon Phase (http://m-p.sakura.ne.jp/Html/anime.html) and FansubDB

Date A Live NicoNico pre-air moved to 3/30 24:00

and we now have complete TV info:

http://date-a-live-anime.com/news/information/tv%E6%94%BE%E9%80%81%E6%99%82%E9%96%93%E7%99%BA%E8%A1%A8%EF%BC%81



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