New Series Featuring Scottsdale Firefighters A Hit
Released on = February 18, 2007, 1:36 pm
Press Release Author = Cat Galaxy
Industry = Media
Press Release Summary = Cat Galaxy\'s newest series Engine Co. Scottsdale featuring the personnel of Scottsdale Fire Department has become a hit amongst its audience. The radio station for cats developed the series in order to show the important role the fire department plays in its community and the valuable service firefighters provide.
Press Release Body = Cat Galaxy\'s newest series Engine Co. Scottsdale grabbed the top spot on the station\'s web site according to audience numbers one week after it\'s release. The series which features the members of the Scottsdale Fire Department also ranked slightly higher than the previous Cats On The Mean Street series that the station produced in the latter half of 2006. The Engine Co. Scottsdale podcast was also well received by listeners grabbing a 4 star rating on podcastingnews.com and the top audio offering on the Cat Galaxy web site.
\"We\'re very happy with the audience numbers we\'ve received so far. A lot of hard work has gone into this series and it\'s definitely a hit with our audience. The SFD should be proud of the work they do and we hope this series will properly reflect the tough job the fire personnel have and show just how valuable a service they provide our community,\" said Nohl Rosen of Cat Galaxy.
Presented in a mixture of written stories, photos and podcasts, Engine Co. Scottsdale also features fire safety tips, firehouse recipes, and a forum area where the audience can post messages to the firefighters. The series also has been expanded to cover the many different programs and departments, the SFD has to offer.
\"Those listening, viewing and reading this series need to realize that it doesn\'t just stop with the firefighters. There are many great programs that the SFD has to offer and we want the public to know more about them. Our audience also will get a chance hear about the many departments that make up the SFD,\" Rosen added.