Since 2009, Firefighter NetCast has offered the best in high quality, pertinent, and accessible live netcasts and podcasts for the fire service.
Firefighter NetCast is a natural progression of a source of news, information, and opinion important to all members of the emergency services, specifically geared toward firefighters and EMT’s.
Since then, Firefighter Netcast has steadily and rapidly grown into an entire family of hosts and programming including
- The Firefighter Netcast Show with John Mitchell
- Firefighter Story Tellers with Tiger Schmittendorf
- Taking it to the Streets with Christopher Naum
- Stop Drop and Roll With the Punches with Billy D. Hayes
- The C.A.N. Report with Art Doss
- The Front Seat with Dave LeBlanc
- The Chief’s Bugle with Doug Cline
- Kitchen Table Chat with Dr. Burton Clark and Carolyn Smith-Clark
- Fire Hero Radio with Dave Statter
In the summer of 2011, Firefighter Netcast joined the Fire Rescue Network, an aggregate of fire service audio and video production for the internet and television. As we continue to grow and leverage our partnerships, fire service programming will be distributed like never before!
In addition to our regularly scheduled programming, Firefighter Netcast can frequently be found at various fire conferences throughout the nation including Fire Rescue International, Go Forward Fire Events, FDIC, Firehouse Expo, and numerous regional events as well.
Meet your producer:
John Mitchell has entered his fifth decade in the fire service, beginning in the late 70’s as a volunteer firefighter/EMT in Illinois. He later became a licensed paramedic and career firefighter in suburban Chicago, currently a Lieutenant. John has dual degrees in Fire Science and Emergency Medical Services and is a past lead instructor for Firefighter II and EMT-B courses at McHenry County College in Crystal Lake, IL. He is also a certified Fire Officer II, Safety Officer, and Fire Investigator with the State of Illinois. John is the editor of FireDaily.com and the owner of The Fire Channel as well as Fire Rescue Network.