‘Bye Bye Bala’: NBC10 Says Goodbye to City Line Studio Ahead of Move

NBC10 said goodbye to its building in Bala Cynwyd Friday night ahead of the upcoming move to the Comcast Technology Center in Center City. Sixty six years of memories were relived by past and present employees, spanning over six decades in merely a few hours. Take a look at the festivities and attendees from the "Bye Bye Bala" celebration.

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Denise Nakano
Among those in attendance were NBC10 alumni Larry Kane, Lu Ann Cahn, Terry Ruggles, Bill Baldini, and Cherie Bank.
Noah Caruso
Lucy Bustamante, Tracy Davidson, and Bill Henley stopped by to enjoy one last celebration in Bala Cynwyd.
Denise Nakano
NBC10 President and General Manager Ric Harris speaks in front of the crowd, explaining what awaits in Center City.
Noah Caruso
Employees gathered in the City Ave. Studio to reminisce about the memories made in the historic building.
Baldini, Bank, and Kane look back on their time at NBC10, retelling their greatest memories to those in attendance.
Longtime NBC10 photojournalist Pete Kane poses for a selfie with alumni.
Noah Caruso
Bill Baldini keeps the crowd laughing, reliving some of his most outrageous moments over his 40 year career.
Denise Nakano
Cherie Bank and Pete Kane pose before the "Bye Bye Bala" celebration.
Dan Stamm
NBC10 digital content producer Dan Stamm with former NBC10 reporter Lu Ann Cahn.
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