20(d) Explain the relationship between the applied-for gTLD string and the community identified in 20(a)
|gTLD||Full Legal Name||E-mail suffix||Detail|
|.radio||European Broadcasting Union (EBU)||ebu.ch||View|
(d) Explain the relationship between the applied-for gTLD string and the community identified in 20(a).
Explanations should clearly state:
- relationship to the established name, if any, of the community.
- relationship to the identification of community members.
Radio, means the operators, services and technologies defined here as the Radio community. Radio also means, and is, audio broadcasting. The station broadcasting or streaming that audio content is radio, and the company performing the audio broadcasting is radio. A radio is the receiver used by the listener. Radio is the name everybody uses to refer to the entire industry, and the whole community.
With the advent of streaming via the Internet and the continuous delivery of audio content to broad groups of listeners, we now often refer to the new services as web, net or Internet radio.
The Radio community could not find any other name, even vaguely appropriate, to designate the TLD for its community. .radio is the TLD for the Radio community and could not be anything else. It is perfectly tuned.
((any connotations the string may have beyond the community))
Radio might be used, as well, as part of the name of some technologies such as “Bluetooth radio” or “RFID” (Radio Frequency IDentification) but its overwhelming meaning and use, the one with most social relevance and the only one that has meaning when used alone as “radio”, is the one described here for the Radio community.
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|gTLD||Full Legal Name||E-mail suffix||z||Detail|