Legendary Television Public Relations Manager, Magazine Publisher and Music Industry Publicist, George Pryce, is putting finishing touches on a book slated to hit the streets in 2018. Pryce, best known for having been the first African American at PBS to head the publicity department at WNDT-TV (now WNET-TV) Channel 13, New York, in the late sixties, Publisher of MBM (Modern Black Men) Magazine in 1984-1987 and Manager of Communications and Media Relations at Death Row Records, Hollywood in the 1990s, is in the process of finishing up a book which spans his life and career for more than 60 years. The memoir, excerpted from diaries that Pryce kept over the years contains chapters on celebrated individuals to include Diana Ross, Tupac Shakur, Barbra Streisand, Miles Davis, Andy Warhol, Margaux Hemingway, Maya Angelou, Oprah Winfrey, Joan Collins, Sidney Poitier, Snoop Dogg and Marion “Suge” Knight, to name a few. In addition, Pryce owned and operated GPPR (George Pryce Public Relations) in both Los Angeles and New York City in the 1970s after having begun his career with Gardner, Jones and Cowell, in Chicago and Hill and Knowlton, Inc., in New York City. A chapter devoted to his years at Death Row Records promises to reveal new and interesting information involving the label.