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Hi I'm from Ireland and I was wondering if anyone could tell me what time and days certain shows air on Crunchyroll in Gmt. Here's the list: Mob psycho 100, Taboo Tattoo, Sweetness and Lighting, New game, Hybrid x Heart magias, Naruto Shippuden, 91 days, Momokuri, Re:Zero, Orange, Rewrite and Food Wars. I'm too lazy too do it myself so.
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NotJustAnOtaku wrote:

Hi I'm from Ireland and I was wondering if anyone could tell me what time and days certain shows air on Crunchyroll in Gmt. Here's the list: Mob psycho 100, Taboo Tattoo, Sweetness and Lighting, New game, Hybrid x Heart magias, Naruto Shippuden, 91 days, Momokuri, Re:Zero, Orange, Rewrite and Food Wars. I'm too lazy too do it myself so.


I've moved this over to Advice, Info, Recommendations. I believe if you look here:

http://www.crunchyroll.com/simulcastcalendar you'll see times displayed in your time zone.
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lorreen wrote:
http://www.crunchyroll.com/simulcastcalendar you'll see times displayed in your time zone.


As someone pointed out in that other thread I'm too lazy to look up, the coutdown minutes are correct for me, however the "absolute Air time" is displaying in Pacific time for me, i.e. two hours wrong. Curious whether that is a universal problem or just certain regions...Actually if anyone is really seeing it correctly ...

I'm posting roughly at Midnight Central US time, so the air time and the countdown time should have matched (10 hours and 30 minutes from now would be 10:30 AM (Central), not 8:30 AM (Pacific)

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Posted 9/11/16 , edited 9/11/16

asharka wrote:


lorreen wrote:
http://www.crunchyroll.com/simulcastcalendar you'll see times displayed in your time zone.


As someone pointed out in that other thread I'm too lazy to look up, the coutdown minutes are correct for me, however the "absolute Air time" is displaying in Pacific time for me, i.e. two hours wrong. Curious whether that is a universal problem or just certain regions...Actually if anyone is really seeing it correctly ...

I'm posting roughly at Midnight Central US time, so the air time and the countdown time should have matched (10 hours and 30 minutes from now would be 10:30 AM (Central), not 8:30 AM (Pacific)


It's not a universal problem. The times display in EDT for me, which is correct for my location, and the countdown matches.
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asharka wrote:

As someone pointed out in that other thread I'm too lazy to look up, the coutdown minutes are correct for me, however the "absolute Air time" is displaying in Pacific time for me, i.e. two hours wrong. Curious whether that is a universal problem or just certain regions...Actually if anyone is really seeing it correctly ...


It is to do with IP addresses.
An IP address can relate to any computer anywhere in the world. However, to make internet services that rely on geographical location work better, some enterprising companies have assigned geographical locations to each IP address. Where a company in Miami owns a fixed IP address the geographical location can be set to that city.

Where an Internet Service Provider owns a bank of IP addresses for use by its customers, the location for the addresses is normally set at either the head office of the ISP or at a random point in the centre of the region where they operate. This can mean that an ISP in the USA has its IP addresses geolocated into the centre of the country, but some customers may be on the east or west coast. For systems that rely on geographical timing, your IP address tells them that you are in a time zone in one part of the country when you are physically sat in another part of the country.

This random assignment of IP locations has caused some problems for people who live at that random point, as explained in this news article http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-37048521.

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