Since the title of the magazine was just Stardate, shouldn't we go with that as the title and use parentheses to disambiguate?--Long Live the United Earth (talk) 04:12, February 10, 2017 (UTC)

  1. I'm not sure that it was referred to as STARDATE and not STARDATE MAGAZINE for its entire run - we could look to see if there was any change in the usage of the title
  2. The use of parenthetical disambiguants is heavily rooted for in-POV articles, but for entities like this, it might even make sense to leave titular disambiguants in some or all cases. even if we are being slavish to consistency, it is an easier dynamic to use a descriptor in a titular sense as seen here rather than introducing the additional punctuation of the parenthetical, which could be considered pedantic. -- Captain MKB 07:16, February 11, 2017 (UTC)
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