Producer Carol Pendergrass Caster, center, talks with Art Scene host Michael Gadlin between segments in Studio D in the City and County Building in Denver on Oct. 20, 2015. (THE DENVER POST | Seth McConnell)

Denver's municipal channel 8 station is in the midst of a rebranding as it launches new programming, a new logo and slogan in an effort to reach a wider audience in the city.

Denver 8 TV, which is available online and to Comcast subscribers within the Denver city limits, broadcasts City Council meetings and committee meetings, but it also has had some award-winning local programming based around the city's music scene and the arts.

Michael Gadlin, host of "Art Scene," talks with Karen Roehl of Art Students League of Denver on Oct. 20 during a taping of the show in Studio D in the City and County Building. (Seth McConnell, YourHub)

Michael Gadlin, host of "Art Scene," talks with Karen Roehl of Art Students League of Denver on Oct. 20 during a taping of the show in Studio D in the City and County Building. (Seth McConnell, YourHub)

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