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article imageDr Who fans urged to #SaveTheDay @ doctorwhosavetheday.com

By Mathew Wace Peck     Nov 7, 2013 in Internet
From humble hashtag to full-blown website, in preparation for the upcoming official 50th birthday of its flagship science-fiction series, the BBC is asking fans to help “Save the day.”
#SaveTheDay kickstarted the BBC’s promotion for The Day of the Doctor several weeks ago. Today, the corporation has followed that up by launching doctorwhosavetheday.com — which will allow Doctor Who fans around the world to show their support for the show.
#SaveTheDay and build the TARDIS!
#SaveTheDay and build the TARDIS!
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Doctor Who News reports that fans are being encouraged to submit their Doctor Who-themed messages, pictures and videos to the website.
“Simply tag your messages with #SaveTheDay on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram or on the site itself,” DWN adds.
By doing so, contributors “will help build the TARDIS” which, in turn will “unlock sneak previews in the build-up to the global celebration”.
Doctor Who, which was first broadcast in the UK on Saturday, 23 November 1963, celebrates its half-century this month, on Saturday, 23 November 2013.
The Day of the Doctor will be broadcast on television and in cinemas on that day in at least 75 countries throughout the world.
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