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"We went from one as a trial and liked it so much that we have installed FRTV in all our Firehouses and at Headquarters. The segments are informative and interesting and bring the Nation’s fire service to our day rooms. The crews like the training on demand as well as the weather on the message boards."

Michael Ross, EFO Assistant Fire Chief Lake Cities Fire Department 940-279-4590

"The Bellmawr Fire Department has been using Fire Rescue TV for about a year and has had nothing but positive results as it is added resource in the firehouse that reaches many on a daily basis. From upcoming training, events, meetings to viewing the training videos and vendor advertisements. We have also recently merged our Active 911 into the 24/7 display screen. Anyone interested that's in the area feel free to contact me for more information. Sincerely District Chief Jim Burleigh"

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Class Vacancies at the National Fire Academy

MD - The National Fire Academy recently updated the vacancy list to include class openings through March 31 2019. To view the complete list visit our Vacancy page.

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Fire Rescue TV is by far the greatest invention in the training for fire fighters today. Their daily videos bring all firefighters together to not only learn but to be together. The training videos are top notch and very interesting. The message board feature really makes communication in a volunteer department easy, by being able to text, email, and post a message from any where with phone service. 5 stars and two thumbs up is an understatement!!!!

Captain Leo Morolla,
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FRTV is an Interactive Digital Platform in Fire and EMS stations

We offer a unique advertising opportunity to your company to tell your story of how your product or service works. FRTV delivers to your message to firefighters 24/7 across the US and Canada. We show product video demonstrations, 60 seconds commercials and 30 second banner ads around the clock on FRTV screens which are installed directly in the stations where firefighters work and train every day.