FDNNTV Launches Innovative Fire News Website

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New website offers specialized fire news videos for firefighters. In addition, the site also serves as a social networking platform for firefighters. The website offers email alerts for breaking news, apparatus and equipment reviews, event calendars, discussion forums, photo of the day, and e-newsletters.

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Fire Department Network News announces the launch of FDNNTV.com, a revolutionary website for firefighters and emergency support personnel. Fire Department Network News has created fdnntv.com to feature special interest news videos specifically tailored to the fire service community.

FDNNTV.com is the only fire industry internet news source to cover important events and information with traditional news anchors and field reporters. "The website combines the comfort and familiarity of a firehouse television set with the technology and accessibility of the internet to provide a unique source for firefighting news," says Karen Batista, General Manager of FDNNtv.com.

In addition to anchored news videos, the site also serves as a social networking platform for firefighters. The website offers email alerts for breaking news, apparatus and equipment reviews, event calendars, discussion forums, photo of the day, and e-newsletters. By providing these resources at no cost, FDNNTV hopes to become a household name on the internet for firefighters, their families, and people who provide fire services and support.

For more information about FDNNTV please visit http://www.fdnntv.com or contact Karen Batista, General Manager at (909) 260-4033.

ABOUT FDNNTV - Fire Department Network News, also known as FDNNTV, provides original unbiased news content for the fire service community. The FDNNTV.com website became available to the public on October 6, 2008. The website creates networking opportunities for visitors, members, and advertisers. The FDNNTV team has over 30 years of combined experience in firefighting services, which provides an intimate understanding of the needs of firefighters.

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