Get the .FM Domain Name from Hover
You've been in the broadcast business a long time. You started as a radio host back in your twenties. Slowly, you moved up the ladder to be a lead host in the top popular FM radio station in your country - reaching hundreds of thousands of listeners every day. After years playing by someone else's rules, you decided it was time to move your show off the airwaves and into the online world. Now, you run your own podcast, which provides insight into the world of broadcasting, news, and the music industry. Your unique perspective and connections in that sector allow for interesting and candid interviews with some of the top minds and celebrities in the business. People love your content - and you get to bring it to the public in the way you always dreamed of: frank, straight-forward, and led by you.
You know the best place for your radio show to live online is on a .FM domain name. The .FM domain extension allows you to share your podcast and radio show without any restrictions. You can share the content you want and your audience can tune in at any time that suits their schedules. You reach a global audience with your podcast on a .FM domain.
Why own the .FM Domain Name
Broadcast your domain name worldwide. Broadcasters, stations, podcasters, musicians, and record labels use the .FM domain name extension to create unique, shorter, and memorable domain names that their fans love. Anyone can own it. Find your .FM today!
A Little History about .FM
The .FM domain name extension is the Country Code Top-Level Domain (ccTLD) of the Federated States of Micronesia. Though originally intended for the country it represents, it is available for anyone across the globe to register, which makes it perfect for a wide range of sites. Some of the cost of the .FM domain go to the people and government of the Federated States of Micronesia. The .FM ccTLD was originally released in 1995. FM, in radio-speak, is the abbreviation of Frequency Modulation. The domain has had adoption across radio, broadcasting, and podcasting focused brands. In March 29 2018, emoji domains were introduced.
Restrictions on .FM The .FM domain name extension is available for registration by anyone without restriction.
.FM Domain Name for your Podcast
People are tuning in from across the globe and you need a memorable domain name to forward your audience to.
.FM Domain Name for your Radio Show
You've been hosting your morning radio talk show for a while now and want to catch people up online. Put your radio show on a .FM domain.
.FM Domain Name to Forward to your iTunes Link
Whether you share your podcasts, music, or radio show on iTunes, forward your .FM domain name to your iTunes link to easily share it with your listeners.
.FM Domain Name for your Broadcasters
If you're a radio station, get your channel on a .FM domain to reach more people online and drive them to your top station.
.FM Domain Name for your Music
As a musician, producer, or songwriter you know the value of the Internet in spreading awareness about your music. Put your brand on a .FM domain for a memorable and short name.
What do I get with my .FM domain?
- Available Terms 1–5 years
- WHOIS Privacy Supported No
- Transfer Lock Supported Yes
- Auth Codes Required for Transfer Yes
- DNSSEC Supported No
Tiered Price Supported
This domain extension supports tiered price domain names. Tiered pricing means that the domain registry has marked some some domain names within this extension as costing more or less than others. Tiered pricing domain names will appear with a blue star, and they have different registration prices than normal. Hover offers tiered pricing to give you the most options when it comes to buying domain names. Tier prices are determined by the registry, and not Hover.