.Glean Becomes 7th Officially Withdrawn New gTLD Application

ICANN has just posted a 7th withdrawn application on its website.

The application for .Glean filed by Lifestyle Domain Holdings, Inc. of Knoxville Tn has been formally withdrawn and now reflected on ICANN’s website.

The owner of Lifestyle Domain Holdings, Inc. appears to be Scripps Networks Interactive, Inc.

Lifestyle Domain Holdings, Inc still has 12 active new gTLD applications including one’s for .food, .hgtv, home, .living, .travelchannel and .diy

According to the application, the  .Glean new gTLD mission:

“is to provide diverse internet users an enhanced online experience through high quality programming, content, information and authentic connected experiences centered on travel, design, entertainment, food, ,home life, entertaining, self-help, and other related concepts, topics and activities. .glean will be a Scripps Networks Interactive, Inc., (“SNI”) branded top level domain and intends to function, per the ICANN-Registry Operator Registry Agreement, as a Specification 9 exempt system that will seek to provide internet users with the confidence that all of the programming, information, social media, shopping and lifestyle opportunities found on the .glean branded top level domain are authentic, genuine, safe and secure and affiliated with the SNI’s family of lifestyle brands.”

The 6 previously withdrawn applications were: .and, .are, .est, .Cialis, .Chatr and .ksb

Three of the 6 previously withdrawn applications were filed by Google’s Charleston Road Registry Inc.

 

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