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Database Programming Changes for New Websites

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Project Description

We are a radio network and have two websites that are run by a database structure. [url removed, login to view] www.transformationtalkradio.com. These old websites are being redesigned in HTML5 we are looking for someone to bring the current database functionality to the new site. This is a very quick turn-around.
1. We need to bring existing php script over to the new site
2. Alter the script as needed to fit the new design
3. Bring existing script into new players for live shows
4. Modifications to our current database such as:
a. New database Fields
i. Picture Gallery
1. needs to have the ability to assign pictures to different pages for different galleries
2. main picture gallery for photo gallery page on website under media
ii. Advertisements- needs to rotate - square box
iii. Leaderboard- needs to rotate – bottom & top
iv. Headlines section from home page needs database programming php
v. Highlights from home page needs database programming php
vi. Video new video field for inside pages side bar (in addition to video page, and promo video)
b. Edits to database and or php
i. Community inspiration we need control option of what page it goes to as well as random
ii. Transformative moments we need control option of what page it goes to as well as random
5. Implement a store interface

6. Integrate all with our SAM Broadcaster audio broadcasting system
7. Create a mobile app
8. Create a custom audio player

We are looking for somebody to work with on a regular basis, who also understands systems administration for all of our websites.

Must be able to communicate during US hours Pacific Time Zone.

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