$30 per year
Any individual (professional or amateur) able to demonstrate a current involvement in the development of the .radio community based on professional activities in connection with any radio broadcasting services. Or any individual using a license to operate in the radio frequency spectrum for, among others, purposes of non-commercial exchange of messages, wireless experimentation, self-training, private recreation, and emergency communications, as established by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) through the International Telecommunication Regulations. National Governments license individual radio stations with an universally unique identifier (call sign).
Radio Journalists and professionals may use the following variations for domains derived from first name and last name
- firstname-lastname.radio, like alain-artero.radio
- or first_letter_of_firstname-lastname.radio, like a-artero.radio
- or first_letter_of_firstnameLastname.radio, like aartero.radio
- or lastnameFirst_letter_of_firstname.radio, like arteroa.radio
Radio amateur registrations must follow the format of: radio-amateur-callsign.radio, like JY5IG.radio
- Registrants are required to state their intended use of the registered domain name at the time of registration.
- A false statement of intended use is an indication of bad faith and can be the basis for the suspension of the domain name.
- Each claim of priority will be individually and thoroughly validated by the Registry Operator. Self-declaration will not be sufficient.
- If it appears that the applicant did not fulfill any of the eligibility and/or name selection requirements, the domain will be deleted and no refund will be made.
Read the dotRADIO Registration Policies for complete eligibility information.
- The ‘first come, first served’ approach will apply
- Whois Privacy is not allowed.
- Some names may be premium cost.
- The .RADIO Registry has reserved some names, which will not be available.
- Registrants are required to state their intended use of the registered domain name.
- Each domain name claim will be individually and thoroughly validated by the Registry Operator. Self-declaration will not be sufficient.
- Registrants with the same requested domain name will be contacted by the Registry to resolve allocation and verification questions.