At the time of writing, the channel's 294 videos have been viewed a total of 1,522,053 times.
The channel broke the 1.5 million mark shortly after the upload of the TriTech factory fire video last month.
CFA Digital Media Manager Martin Anderson said video has played an important role in helping CFA engage with the community using new media.
"It's not just about showing the great work that our firefighters and community educators do," he said.
"Video can be a powerful way of engaging people and helping them to learn important safety messages that they might otherwise miss."
The channel was launched in November 2007 and was CFA's first entry into the world of social media. Since then, CFA TV videos have helped grow CFA's online community to close to 90,000 on the CFA Facebook page.
The channel is currently the thirty-third most viewed Reporters channel of all time in Australia.
The top ten most viewed videos since the channel was launched in November 2007 are:
1) P-51 Mustang Crash 05/04/08 - 344,963 views
2) Tiger Moth Plane Crash 15/11/08 - 114,535 views
3) Fire Trucks Arriving at House Fire 05/08/06 - 52,448 views
4) Black Saturday Part 2 (Labertouche) - 35,367 views
5) CFA Recruitment Beep Test Sample - 31,290 views
6) Black Saturday Part 1 (Labertouche) - 31,343 views
7) Black Saturday Aftermath (Marysville) - 27,996 views
8) Surviving a Fire Truck Rollover - 27,401 views
9) Thirsty Koala Survives Bushfire (Full Version) - 27,043 views
10) Sprinklers Protect House on Black Saturday - 20,779 views
Below is a CFA TV Highlights video produced after the channel reached it's 1 million views mark.