dotFM, top ".fm" sites of 2012

Friday, February 1, 2013 - 1:30pm

BRS Media has tallied the Top 100 ".fm" websites of 2012, based on site hits. Chinese music site tops the ranking with over 65 million hits. CBS-owned music and webcast service was second, with just under 39 million. Not surprisingly given the association between "FM" and music and/or radio, most of the services in the ranking are music and radio related.

Others that U.S. readers might recognize include Spotify app, webcasters and, Toronto radio CJRT's, music service, industry blog, Townsquare Media's indie rock, webcaster and (Digitally Imported), and music discover BRS Media is the parent of domain registries dotFM and dotAM.

See the full ranking here.

BRS Media releases Top 40 ranking of .FM sites, brands

Friday, April 20, 2012 - 11:15am

dotFM's Top 40 rankerBRS Media Founder and CEO George Bundy announced at RAIN Summit West 2012 earlier this week the launch of ".FM Top 40 Hits" -- a ranking of the top dotFM sites and brands.

Bundy highlighted several sites on the Top 40 ranking at RAIN Summit West, including Chinese music site (#1), music listening service (#29) and music discovery platform (#40). CBS Internet radio service is ranked #3. The ranking is based on queries to dotFM's 14 Anycast Node Servers.

You can find BRS Media's press release here and the Top 40 ranking here.

BRS Media celebrates 15th year of dotFM

Tuesday, April 10, 2012 - 11:10am

dotFMBRS Media is celebrating 15 years of offering .FM domain names thruogh the dotFM service. DotFM is used by companies like,,,, and many others.

"In celebration, dotFM will be sponsoring the RAIN Summit West 2012 Conference on April 15, 2012, at the Las Vegas Hotel and Casino (formerly the Las Vegas Hilton)," the company writes in its press release. "The NAB Show is of significant historical importance for dotFM, as this was the event the .FM top-level domain was first introduced to the public."

You can find BRS Media's press release here and find out more about RAIN Summit West 2012 here.

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