From February 1989: Issue 62 of the pro-zine DWB, edited and published by Gary Levy (aka Gary Leigh).
Launched as DOCTOR WHO BULLETIN circa 1983, DWB went from strength-to-strength throughout the Eighties and had become one of the preeminent zines by the end of the decade.
However, its success, and antagonistic attitude to the show, its producer and BBC, made it a sitting target for BBC Enterprises to try and shut it down. It's success, and relatively high production values, meant that it could easy encroach on the officially licensed DOCTOR WHO MAGAZINE.
So, although WHO remained dominant, Levy/ Leigh switched gears at the end of the decade and relaunched it as (subtle difference) DREAMWATCH BULLETIN with a remit to cover a much broader range of shows.
This may have also been partially prompted by boredom on Levy/ Leigh's part. The declining fortunes of the show, and the number of episodes being shot, certainly gave less scope to cover current production. It's also possible that he guessed/ was told that the show's days were numbered and wanted to broaden the scope to ease the transition.
I picked this issue up quite recently but I started reading regularly later in 1989 anyway and I still have my collection stashed in a box somewhere. DWB was always a compelling read, particularly because of its vitriolic hatred of John Nathan-Turner and his interpretation of the show. With the benefit of hindsight, it's amusing (and slightly distasteful) to see how much venom was unleashed. JNT was, afterall, a jobbing BBC producer fighting against a tide of indifference and restructuring. Neither of which favored him or his show.
The motivation for Levy's attitude can be found in the pages of the excellent THE LIFE AND SCANDALOUS TIMES OF JOHN NATHAN-TURNER by Richard Marson.
DWB was relaunched as DREAMWATCH (it was never as good) and subsequently acquired by Titan. It's now defunct.