First Things First
The launch of this new public facing website that you are seeing now has NO affect on your production tasks at all.  This launch is simply the first step in moving off of the old legacy site that is well beyond repair,
What does it mean to you immediately
Until the Producer Site is ready for you to login to, you continue "business as usual" with the legacy site, but you must access it with this link: Yes, an IP address is ugly, and perhaps unnecesarily complicated, and we'll get that changed to something easier as soon as we can, but in the meantime, that is the way to get to any tools or links that you need until the new Producer site is ready to use.
What to do now?
For the immediate future, you have one of 3 choices:
  1. Go to the Legacy Site, and do what you're accustomed to doing.
  2. Go to the new Producer Site, to contact the Station Staff.
  3. Go to the Producer Site and peruse new features and functions as they're being added.
What is next?
The immediate goal is to get as many "simple" tasks working on the Producer site. As soon as anything useful is available, you'll be the first to know.
There may be some informational sort of things available very quickly, but most of the functions you'll be interested in will required a username/password to access. We expect to have these new credentials ready for you within a few days, with the worst case scenario being the first week of December.
Stay Informed!
The most important thing for you to do is to touch base on this site periodically to see what's new. We're trying to be diligent about keeping the site current with the most relevant news as soon as we can. We're working on compiling an accurate list of Producer Emails to send out updates as necessary, as well as to create your new login credentials, but there is some time needed to accomplish that.
Finally, thank you for your patience while we worked to finally get to this first step. There's a little ways to go yet, so we ask for your continued patience and understanding as we get everything up and running as it it should be for you. You won't be disappointed!  For now though, "A good plan today is better than a perfect plan tomorrow".