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)

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.

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)

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)

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