AFRTSArmed Forces Radio & Television Service (US DoD)
AFRTSAmerican Forces Radio & Television Service
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That's why our broadcast products are not only available to you on AFRTS, DTS and the Pentagon Channel, but are also available for viewing via streaming media on the Navy's Web site ( and can be downloaded in podcast format using any of today's podcasting software.
Over the years television was added, and AFRS became AFRTS. Nowadays, the worldwide services from AFRTS are known as AFN, the American Forces Network.
No other country's military has broadcast operations that matches the multiple-channel services offered by AFRTS.
She left government service following the war to raise her family and returned to AFRTS in 1966, to serve as an industry liaison specialist.
Devoted to AFRTS, she coordinated clearances of countless hours of radio and TV news, sports and entertainment programming for distribution to the U.S.
military command structure overseas while delivering America's top-rated programming to every AFRTS customer," explains Mark Duff, the Center's project engineer at the Riverside facility.
According to Duff, the AFRTS technical staff wanted to improve its affiliate messaging system used to deliver primarily text-based radio and television scheduling changes and updates and a live wire-service news feed.
Embassy in a "safe" place like Nairobi, they can turn to the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service (AFRTS) for a sense of cohesiveness and community.
Despues, durante la decada de los ochenta, el Servicio de Radio y Television de las Fuerzas Armadas (Armed Forces Radio-Tv Service, AFRTS), se puso a disposicion a nivel mundial, a traves de la Banda C.
An assistant junior officer he helped supervise the building of the first television station in Alaska, called AFRTS.
The day before the Super Bowl, American Forces Radio and Television Services (AFRTS) was hooked up so the game could be watched live.
Because the prohibition specifically mentions command channels and AFRTS, one could argue that the prohibition applies only to radio and television advertising.