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The Future Of .Radio & .Music - hypebot

Coming Soon... The Future Of .Radio & .Music

Guest post by Eliot Van Buskirk of

The internet is run by a loose consortium of wizards called ICANN. According to legends, which are true except that ICANN is mostly just a bunch of self-appointed people who gather to hammer out the internet rules every once in a while, this organization will announce the winning ideas for what “We The Internet” should do with several new domains. For music fans and the industry at large, the two big generic top-level domains (gTLDs) coming into play will be .music and .radio.

At some point in early 2013, after much debate, they will join .com, .edu, .fm, .tv and the rest of our gTLD pals. In the same connotes education, and .fm denotes music (only informally), these new domains will have certain purposes, and ideas vary greatly on what should be done with them. The RIAA proposes that .music be used only for official band websites with zero piracy on them, for example.


I'll just keep my Domain. Thank You!...


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