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The European Broadcasting Union plans to operate the forthcoming .radio gTLD in such a way as to discourage domain investors. It yesterday set out its launch timetable, registration restrictions, and expects registrars to charge companies between €200 and €250 per domain per year ($213 to $266).
… in the .eurovision zone so far; the EBU does not seem to be properly promoting the dot-brand yet. That’s a pity for the domain industry, as Eurovision has a TV viewership measured in the hundreds of millions. For those outside of the EBU’s 40 participating countries… Eurovision is an annual song competition contested by singers from mostly European nations…
… The European Broadcasting Union is likely to win the right to the .radio new gTLD, beating three portfolio applicants, after a favorable Community Priority Evaluation. The main reason the EBU managed to score a passing 14 out of 16 points in the CPE is that there was no significant objection to the EBU’s bid on the public record. The EBU…