Watch Live: ICANN gTLD Reveal Day

Watch ICANN’s “Reveal Day” live from London. Hear from ICANN CEO Rod Beckstrom and others from ICANN as they reveal the list of gTLD applications. There will be a press conference followed by a break followed by questions from reporters and members of the audience.

Here is the PDF of gTLD applications and applicants.

Speaking and answering questions at today’s press conference from ICANN:

  • Rod Beckstrom, President and Chief Executive Officer
  • Kurt Pritz, Senior VP of Stakeholder Relations
  • John Jeffrey, General Counsel
  • Brad White, Director of Global Media Affairs
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  1. Snake oil for the masses

    The average joe is already awash in the sea of gTLDs, let alone the current polluted release and thinly veiled money grab.

    And will simply return to the safe haven of .com when surfing the web.


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