The new CMS site for Music Policy Forum is built from the ground-up around a database of 120+ speakers and 90+ archive videos. My goal with the site was to make exploring this vast network of music community leaders and resources a functional yet exciting prospect. Unlike YouTube, every video on the Music Policy Forum site is tagged with speakers below the player, which are dynamically linked to the respective speaker's page. This means you can easily find other videos that feature a particular speaker. The site also features a custom search function, which allows users to easily browse site content by city, or quickly find a particular speaker they're looking for. With over 200 pages and counting, the Music Policy Forum website is the ultimate resource for exploring the music policy/advocacy community, and is one of my favorite projects I have developed.