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NEW2018

In 2018, FireRescueTV will continue to facilitate fire service efficiency and communication with our highest priority - providing technical training and continued education programs for first responders.

We are looking forward to working with Chef Joe Bonanno and his Firehouse cooking show !

FireRescueTV will be adding current river level information and expanding weather coverage within Canada.

New in 2018: Create and post your Newsletter online.

Fire Rescue TV Training and News is looking for screen sales reps amongst first responders. If interested, contact us at info@firerescuetv.com

TRENDING NOW on FRTV SCREENS

Second Alarm Commercial Building Fire

OH - Cincinnati firefighters battled a two alarm fire early Friday morning at 1940 Dana Avenue. Heavy fire from an auto body shop. ALERTPAGE

Muti Alarm Warehouse Fire

SC- Sumter firefighters battled a massive multi alarm fire early Friday morning at Hauser and Magnolia. Fifty thousand square foot building. Mutual aid in from Shaw Air Force Base. ALERTPAGE

Second Alarm Apartment Fire

TX - San Antonia firefighters are working a two alarm apartment fire Thursday night at 8600 Fairhaven Street. Heavy fire on Division 2. ALERTPAGE

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FIREFIGHTER CANCERS

FireRescueTV is focusing on more cancer awareness programming.

Very personal stories like Boston Firefighter Glenn Preston's message must be told and heard by every firefighter.

Firefighter cancers are real. Wash your gear after every working fire.

The Vinita Fire Department has been serving Vinita and the surrounding areas since 1871. Serving the City of Vinita and surrounding parts of Craig County, the Vinita Fire Department runs approximately 400 runs each and every year. Our team of career and volunteer firefighters enjoy working for the citizens of this great city.

GLENN PRESTON

IS THERE FIRE IN YOU ?

FRTV
MESSAGINGnow available on
MyFRTV App

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,
Little Ferry Hose Company #1

SPONSOROF THE MONTH

LION

http://www.lionprotects.com

LION® keeps first responders all over the world ready for action. We supply fire departments large and small with custom head-to-toe personal protective equipment (PPE), innovative training tools, structures, and training centers through BullEx® and Haagen brands, and world-class PPE care and maintenance programs, through LION TotalCare®. From product development to manufacturing and from cleaning to repairs, LION is focused on providing first responders ultimate safety.

For almost 120 years , LION continues to be a family owned business. With stable family ownership, LION takes the long-term approach to investing in the best people, new technology, and advanced systems to fulfill the personal readiness and identity needs of our customers worldwide.

We don’t just sell gear, we partner with firefighters, medical emergency responders, law enforcement and military personnel around the world to ensure they have PPE that gets them home safe. We work with these partners to understand their needs, test product innovations, and ensure customer satisfaction – all of which we use as inspiration for research, innovation and continuous improvement.

FRTV is an Interactive Digital Platform in Fire and EMS stations

We offer a unique advertising opportunity tp 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.