Norman Barnett has been named president of Raleigh Studios. Barnett was formerly a vice president.
Laura Acevedo and Dusty Rhoads, Nov. 21, Puerto Rico. Bride is art director at ad agency Saatchi & Saatchi; groom's an actor.
Wayne Satz, an award-winning and controversial TV reporter who broke the McMartin Pre-School molestation story in 1984, was found dead at his Studio City home, authorities said. He was 47.
Doobie Brothers percussionist Bobby LaKind died following a long battle with cancer and just two months after reuniting with the band for a pair of concerts to benefit his two sons.
Saxophonist Curtis Peagler, who played with jazz greats Ray Charles and Count Basie, died in Los Angeles Dec. 19 following heart surgery.
Steve and Susan Mulderrig, a girl, Molly Ann, Oct. 28, Stamford, Conn.
Jerry Hartman has been promoted to senior vice president of Universal Pay TV.
Set decorator Jay Garvin died Dec. 15 of complications arising from AIDS at his Shadow Hills home.
Ken Lerner and Patti Klein Lerner, a boy, Samuel Bryce, Sept. 27, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
Atlantis Films has announced the appointment of new executives, as well as internal promotions, in anticipation of an expanded 1993 production slate.
Ted Willis, credited in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's most prolific TV scriptwriter, died yesterday, his family said. He was 74.