Delegation Report for .aol

2016-11-03

All requests relating to the delegation and transfer of generic top-level domains are reviewed to ensure they are consistent with the procedures developed by ICANN. Documentation is provided verifying that ICANN followed its own policy framework including specific documentation demonstrating how the process provided the opportunity for input from relevant stakeholders and was supportive of the global public interest.

Summary

  • gTLD delegation eligibility Deemed Eligible
  • Applicant matches approved party Yes
  • Contact Confirmations Completed
  • Technical Conformance Completed
  • Other processing Completed

Domain information

Label
aol This reflects the label managed in the DNS root zone, also known as the top-level domain. It is used by end-users in applications and in technical configuration management.

Applicant information

The proposed manager for this domain is:

AOL Inc.
770 Broadway
New York, New York 10003
United States

Change request eligibility

New gTLD Application Process Completed — ICANN produces a “New gTLD Program String Delegation Readiness Report” that serves as a confirmation that the application submitted for the delegation of a new generic top-level domain name has completed all applicable phases of the New gTLD Program which included opportunities for input from relevant stakeholders as outlined in the Applicant Guidebook and the ICANN New gTLD Program website. Report 1-1304-6257
Applicant matches the contracted party — The entity listed as the "sponsoring organisation" in the Root Zone Database has overall responsibility for managing the delegation details with the IANA functions. The entity proposed as sponsoring organisation must match the currently contracted party authorised to operate the domain by ICANN. Matches
Contact confirmations — The proposed points-of-contact for the domain must confirm their details are correct and agree to responsibility for management of the domain. Completed
Technical conformance — The proposed technical configuration of the domain must pass a number of minimum technical requirements in order to be listed in the DNS Root Zone. Completed
Other requirements — The request must pass a number of procedural checks conducted for all root zone changes in order to be transmitted for authorisation and implementation. Completed