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  • Mission

    Channel 8The mission of the City of Golden’s Channel 8 is to provide government and community information to the citizens of Golden.

    Channel 8 seeks to inform and educate residents on the functions of local government by providing programming that increases viewers’ awareness of the local government decision-making process, local government activities, public issues, and services available from City departments and agencies.

    Channel 8 Programming

    Currently, Channel 8 provides pre-taped programming, city council meetings, public service announcements, bulletin board information and job listings for the City. It also shows community special event information. Download the Golden Channel 8 Programming Schedule pdf download to find out when the following programs are scheduled to air. Please review the Channel 8 Policies and Procedures pdf download  for more information on Channel 8 programming priorities.

    Denver Loft Sessions

    Denver Loft SessionsDenver Loft Sessions is a program produced by Denver 8 TV that highlights local artists and performers in their intimate downtown studio.

    Airing on Golden TV 8, February 6-19, Vine Street Vibes is dedicated to delivering a unique performance that pushes the boundary between electro-funk and instrumental dance jams.

    VSV originated in the basements and garages of Denver and has rapidly emerged into Colorado’s immersive music scene. VSV strives to create a new style of organic dance music through heavy instrumental space funk and creative incorporation of synthesizers and digital instruments.

    The group has played extensively around the greater Colorado area at venues like The Bluebird Theater, The Aggie Theater, Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom, The 1up Colfax, The Armoury, Quixotes True Blue, 320 South, Beanstalk Music & Arts Festival, and Black Mountain Music Festival.

    Together they have shared the stage with The Werks, Tea Leaf Green, Earphunk, Sunsquabi, Gift of Gab (Blackalicious), Lost Optical, Yamn, Eminence Ensemble, Dynohunter, O-Neb (formerly Octopus Nebula), Good Gravy, Tnertle, Whiskey Tango, The Magic Beans, Spyn Reset, Robbie Peoples & the Congress, James & The Devil, and many more.

    Off the Page

    Off the PageOff the Page is an author interview show sponsored by the Mamie Doud Eisenhower Public Library in cooperation with KCCB Channel 8 Broomfield. Host Stacy McKenzie, reference librarian for the library, talks with local authors to find out the stories behind the stories.

    Author for this issue is Cricket McRae (who also goes by 2 other names)

    Born in Wyoming, Cricket grew up in the West and earned degrees in philosophy and English from Colorado State University. She spent twenty years in the Pacific Northwest where her Home Crafting Mysteries are set. Shotgun Moon, set in the Bitterroot Valley of Montana, is her first contemporary western mystery. She also writes the Magical Bakery Mysteries as Bailey Cates.

    Connected Colorado

    Connected ColoradoConnected Colorado is a program of regional interest and addresses important topics that might otherwise not be fully explored by the local broadcast media.

    This month on Connected Colorado, recycling, neighborhood and local food programs and renewable energy are all helping us to become more sustainable. Wendy Brockman visits the National Renewable Energy Lab in Golden and more in this edition.

    In the Fight

    In the FightIn The Fight is a monthly half-hour program showcasing the latest action from the field.

    In this episode, as one mission ends another begins in Afghanistan, Iraq adds the F-16 Fighting Falcon to its air force, partner nations exchange military tactics and training, we jump with the U.S. Special Operations Command Parachute Team, and we meet a First Sergeant who got help when he needed it the most.

    Road to Recovery

    Road to RecoveryRoad to Recovery promotes the societal benefits of prevention, treatment, and recovery for mental and substance use disorders, celebrates people in recovery, lauds the contributions of treatment and service providers, and promotes the message that recovery in all its forms is possible.

    Using New Technologies To Expand Treatment and Recovery Services

    This show will identify and promote the use of new technologies that facilitate and expand treatment and recovery services. These new technologies include social media (social network and messaging systems—Facebook and Twitter), interactive text messaging platforms, and smart phone applications. These technologies are enabling new models of behavioral health care both within and outside of formal or traditional systems of care. The benefits of using these technologies will be highlighted, such as their ability to build virtual recovery communities, facilitate peer support, and enable a person in recovery to participate anonymously. Specific technology programs and systems proving to be effective in facilitating treatment and recovery will be described. Applications of these technologies in the realms of prevention and assessment will also be presented.

    Vintage Vehicle Show

    Vintage Vehicle ShowThe award winning Vintage Vehicle Show brings you the best television coverage of all aspects of the classic, stock, custom and hot rod car hobby. Over the past 18 years the Vintage Vehicle Show has taken viewers to America’s best car shows including Golden’s Super Cruise, museums, private collections and restoration facilities.

    Golden City Council Meetings

    City Council MeetingsThe City of Golden Council Meetings are aired live on Comcast Channel 8 and on the Internet at 7pm on Thursday’s (there is no meeting on the fifth Thursday of the month). They are replayed on Channel 8 throughout the week or anytime online. Any topics of interests can immediately be viewed via the pulldown menu below the video of any meeting.

    A DVD of any meeting can also be checked out at the Golden Public Library, 1019 10th Street, Golden, just west of City Hall.